We learn that Monty died in prison – but we never actually see how Monty died. He is imprisoned after Tyler reports his sexual assault at Monty’s hands (that infamous broom scene in season 2) to the police.
When 13 Reasons Why debuted on Netflix in March 2017, it told the story of Hannah Baker (Katherine Langford), a sweet teen girl who died by suicide after being bombarded with bullying and cruelty at Liberty High School. In the aftermath of her death, Hannah sent a box full of cassette tapes to the people she knew.
Recommended. It turns out that Justin, who is a recovering heroin addict, dies after contracting HIV, which develops into AIDS.
Alex, like pretty much all of his classmates, has been through a lot in three seasons. … Going into season four, Alex’s father, Deputy Standall, is aware of his son’s role in Bryce’s murder, as well as his drug use.
Monty was sent to prison after assaulting Tyler with a broom in season two. Clay is later told by Monty – the hallucination not the real person! – that when the other prisoners found out that Monty was a “child rapist”, he was attacked with a shiv, bled out, and died as a result.
Hannah Baker didn’t lie; she told the story from her perspective, and that’s the only thing any of us can be expected to do. Our perception of events is a subjective thing, and we act or react based on that. We all do, even now.
YES. Hannah did love Clay. The fact that she made Clay listen to all her tapes inspite of none of the tapes being directly indicated for Clay just that Clay knows about her life and more specifically how her life ended proves that Hannah loved Clay.
Justin never even knew he had HIV, and for all intents and purposes, made the leap from a healthy individual to full-blown AIDs in a matter of days, maybe weeks. He died between prom and graduation. … — but chief among them is this: That’s not how HIV works.
Nina. It’s revealed that sexual assault survivor Nina stole the box of Polaroids — featuring girls (including her) at the baseball players’ secret spot, the Clubhouse — from Clay. She burns them, presumably because she was assaulted at the Clubhouse and believes the assault is strictly her story to tell.
Tony has a secret, and Hannah kept it for him.
Tony’s big secret is that Hannah protected him when he ran away from the police after the beating. In turn, Hannah trusted him with her secrets. She trusted him with the tapes because they kept each other’s secrets.
7. Tony’s Family Is Deported. Tony Padilla (Christian Navarro) is ecstatic to introduce his boyfriend, Caleb, to his family. His excitement is cut short when he soon discovers that his family has been detained by ICE and soon to be deported.
“Let the dead bury the dead, Deputy Standall,” Ani told him. Alex’s dad followed her advice, and his later actions definitely suggested he knew exactly what he was doing. … He even doused bleach on what appeared to be Alex’s clothes from the night of Bryce’s death before setting them on fire.
Knowing that Bryce’s blood and other DNA evidence would likely be on Alex’s clothes from the night of Bryce’s death, he burned his son’s clothes in case anyone asked questions later.
At the end of the season, Alex’s dad reveals to him that Monty is said to be Byrce’s killer and he burns the clothes that Alex wore the night of Bryce’s murder.
Tyler revealed Monty raped him, and Monty was sent to prison where he was murdered in his cell. The gang, encouraged by Clay, pinned Bryce’s murder on the now dead Monty.
Hannah devotes an entire tape (two sides) to Justin. His first tape describes how he betrayed Hannah her freshman year by dumping her without a word and then spreading rumors about her. It’s pretty easy to see why she’s mad at him for that: he broke her heart, then stomped on it. Ugh.
One of many cliffhangers left dangling at the end of 13 Reasons Why season 2 was Chlöe’s (Anne Winters) shocking declaration that she was pregnant. That’s why she lied on the stand to protect Bryce (Justin Prentice) during the trial, because he was the father of her child and she was, to put it mildly, freaking out.
7. Hannah was a bully. … Hannah was a new transfer to Liberty High the year before her death, and episode ten reveals that at her former school, she was part of a clique that viciously bullied another girl, Sarah, who testifies against her during the trial.
Hannah, she sleeps with one guy. She has a crush on another guy, being me, and she kisses a third, being you….
Valerie Diaz is the daughter of Sheriff Diaz and the girl Clay lost his virginity to. At a party, she flirts with Clay and later has sex with him. Afterwards, she tells her boyfriend that she hooked up with Clay which resulted in Clay beating up the guy. She’s later seen attending Justin’s funeral with her dad.
By the fourth and final season, Clay has a full mental breakdown as a result of a combination of troubling factors. Not only does he routinely have intense nightmares featuring the now-deceased Bryce and Monty, but he also hallucinates them during his waking hours.
He was mad that nobody cared enough to help her like people helped him. When something bad happens in life. Wherever you grieve, it needs to be isolated and in Justin’s case, the sheets off the bed represent that he wants to be alone and doesn’t need anything with him.
After the school won the case against the Baker’s, Bryce got arrested outside the courthouse for sexually assaulting Jessica. A month later, he was sentenced to three months probation.
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