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Dominic Ellsworth
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Dominic headshot
Name Dominic Ellsworth
Gender Male Male
Age TS3-Child Child
Life state CAS Ghost icon Ghost
Ellsworth family
Parents William Ellsworth, Margaret Ellsworth
Sibling(s) Hopper Ellsworth Male
Romances Gemma Broussard-Cole
Marital status Single
Child(ren) Odette Cole
Personality
Traits
Trait Over-Emotional small Over-Emotional
Trait Bookworm small Bookworm
Trait Virtuoso small Virtuoso
Favorites
Fav Roots Roots
Fav Chili Con Carne Chili Con Carne
Fav Yellow Yellow
Appearance
Hair color Haircolor1-TS3 Blonde
Eye color Eye-blue Dark Blue
Skin color Light skin-TS3 Light
Body shape Fit Fit
Other Information
Game TS3LN Icon The Sims 3: Late Night
Playability Deceased
Cause of death Jelly Bean
World Courtbridge
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Dominic Ellsworth is a deceased Sim that lived in Courtbridge. The kid was hyperactive and intelligent, which means he had a split personality. He almost died from electrocution by touching the computer's cable and almost died from transmutation from turning something into gold. He is a member of one of the wealthiest families in Courtbridge.

FamilyEdit

He is BFFs with his mother, good friend with his father, dislikes his brother, best friends with his living young-adult girlfriend and enemies with his 3 aunts and 2 uncles: Linda Lake, Opal Altons, Ginevra Rodgers, Emil Ellsworth, and Sean Rodgers.

TriviaEdit

  • It can't be that kids will die by jelly beans.
  • It can't be that kids will have children.
  • He's the only sim in Courtbridge that died by Jelly Bean and also the only kid to die. Other deceased sims in Courtbridge are adults, young adult, elders and pets.
  • He's the only deceased sim in Courtbridge to have family relationship, except to Faith Carpenter, the sister of Dora Carpenter-Cole.