- "I'm sorry we can't be together. You can't have me."
- ―Margot to Luis Lopez
She is voiced by Piper Perabo
Margot dated Luis Fernando Lopez at some point during 2007. Luis ended the relationship when he revealed that he didn't want to marry with her. Afterwards, she stalked and became obsessed with him. Her father told her that Luis was a bad influence, but her crazy mental obsession with Luis made her send constant e-mails, phone calls, and gifts.
Events of The Ballad of Gay Tony
She is encountered on the streets by Luis in front of Hercules (although it is implied she waited there for him) and, after stressing him out about his denial of her constant gifts, tells him that she took 37 painkillers and 15 sleeping pills. Enraged, but still worries for her safety, Luis rushes Margot to the emergency room of the Lancet-Hospital Center to have her stomach pumped.
Second encounter and Death
- "Save me..."
- ―Margot's last words
Upon release from hospital, she is once again encountered at Pier 45 holding onto a handrail and ready to jump from two stories, claiming that Luis would save her if he loved her.
Before jumping, Margot damns Luis' debaucherous lifestyle and holds a suicide note stating that he is responsible for her death (which isn't logical, as she couldn't have written the note if she's dead).
- "He pushed her! I saw it!"
- ―A female pedestrian about Margot's death.
Luis pleads with her that she needn't kill herself for him and attempts to stop her, but she leaps out of his reach to her death. A crowd of civilians surrounding the pier believes that Luis pushed her (ironically, bringing her suicide note to fruition). Luis, however, manages to escape.
- Two Random Encounters (Commits suicide in the second encounter)
Margot's Random Encounters
- During Margot´s first encouter, she asks Luis, why hasn´t he replied to her e-mails. But if the player responds her e-mails before the player meet her in the first encounter, she will still ask this. This may be due to her mental illness and/or crazy obsession with Luis, or just that the developers didn't think of this.
- Margot sends Luis three e-mails, asking him if he would take her back.
- She is one of few known characters to commit suicide rather than dying either naturally or being killed by another character, including the player character, the other character to do this was Toshiko Kasen.
- If the player points his/her gun at Margot before triggering her second random encounter, she will suddenly fall straight down. Her body is nowhere to be found afterwards.