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Almost nothing is known about Michelle's life prior to or as the outbreak began. All that is known is that she had a father and an unborn baby who died in a miscarriage.
At some point in the apocalypse, Michelle somehow came into contact with a group named "The Saviors" which she subsequently joined.
Michelle holds Carol at gunpoint when she, along with Donnie, Paula, and Molly, ambush Carol and Maggie outside the Savior compound. They bring the women to a safe house and tie them up, waiting for reinforcements to arrive in order to prepare for a potential exchange to save Primo from Rick. At one point, Michelle is ordered to take Maggie to another room and interrogate her.
As she and Maggie talk, Michelle reveals that she stole gas from the Saviors in order to look for her boyfriend, who went missing with a motor squad. Unfortunately, the only thing she could find is their scorched remains, and she also had a finger cut off as punishment to her theft of gas.
When the fight broke out, Maggie and Carol get the upper hand, Michelle fights Maggie with a small knife, eventually struck a slight cut over her abdomen. Startled, Michelle realizes she almost hurt Maggie's baby as Carol sneaks up on her and executes her with a gunshot to the head.
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During their struggle, Michelle attacks Maggie and nearly slashes her abdomen, but Carol sneaks up on her and shoots her in the temple.
This list shows the victims Michelle has killed:
- Numerous counts of zombies and possibly unnamed people
- Michelle is the one who found the remains of the lead savior and his gang as she was searching for her boyfriend; one of the Saviors blown up by Daryl's RPG in "No Way Out".
- Jeananne Goossen was so afraid of walkers that prior to shooting any scenes with walkers, she met and greeted each of the extras portraying walkers for a reminder that they were just "people in costume".