Black, straight long brown hair (could be a weave or real looking wig) slender, sexy body about 25 years old.
Yvette was raised by successful social climbing gangster dad. He was a devout admirer of Martin Luther King and those who led the civil rights movement. He raised his only daughter to admire those icons as well. He also trained her how to maneuver her way upward in life thru men. He assured that she had enough education to speak articulately and to converse intelligently with the power brokers. Yvette only had a liberal arts degree in speech and drama and not journalism. Because she had good looks and being in front of the camera was a natural aspiration for her. Her father was able to call in favors from his high powered political and mob friends to secure his beautiful daughter in the media. Yvette learned early the perspective that success in the world was based on compromise, favors and the abandonment of righteousness and principle.
From her first boyfriend who was the captain of the high school football team, Yvette learned to settle for the crumbs of emotional satisfaction that were left as the high-profile beaus got what they wanted from the public display she provided by her being associated with them. She accepted that her value was in what she could give to a man. Those offerings she considered to be the source of her value were things such as sex, her beautiful presence in their lives, her ability to promote men through her media connections. Relationships were brokered deals, sex and emotional fulfillment were not expected. She had come to believe that real love was a fantasy that occupied the minds of the weak and the unsuccessful.
Considering truth, principle and love as realities and not silly illusions were not ever entertained in her thought until she met Madison. She hadn’t experienced a man that was truly convicted to principle. This experience was a major quake to everything she believed.
Her attire is always business professional with subtle sexually provocative undertones.