At his comparison, she stiffened. "I'm not Mercedes!" she snapped, a show of backbone that she seemed to have lost over the last hour or so. Pressing her palms to her knees, she sighed. "I...don't know either...he helped my family a lot..." He didn't need to hear this. Anybody that was even remotely close to Gina knew that her family was one giant Dysfunction Junction. Between her father's love of booze and her mother's golddigging values, it was a wonder that her sisters weren't worse. Though really, they weren't exactly good. Gina was the one that made something of herself - the other two had stagnated. Once Lucas came into the picture, it was game over. With a lake of money to draw from, the Berry family was fat and happy.