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When did carter and maggie start dating

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She is the widow of Glenn Rhee and the mother of Hershel. She is the former leader of the Hilltop Colony , and was one of the four co-leaders of the Militia , along with Rick Grimes , Ezekiel , and Cyndie before its disbanding. At some point after Rick's assumed death , she left the Hilltop alongside her son to join Georgie 's group and search for new communities. Maggie is an intelligent, caring, and brave woman. She is shown to be a loving daughter, sister, friend, wife, and mother. Before meeting Rick Grimes ' group, she had trouble adapting to the true nature of the apocalyptic world as her family initially believes that the walkers were simply sick people.

Maggie makes a trap, tying a now zombified Donnie to a pipe. When Molly enters, she is bitten on the wrist by Donnie.

After a few moments of silence from the baby, it starts to cry in Maggie's arms. she went to college and did not want Maggie to start dating boys or having sex. Peggy Carter's Husband. Siddiq explains that Maggie left with Georgie and is helping with some new community far away, but that is all that he knows. Michonne. Maggie Lindemann and Carter Reynolds photos, news and gossip. Find out more about Dating, January, Separated Age (at start of relationship) .

Maggie grabs Molly's gun and bashes her head in with it. Making their escape, Carol and Maggie encounter many walkers impaled on spikes.

Paula catches up and shoots at them. Carol aims her gun at Paula and Maggie urges Carol to shoot her. Paula escapes when a walker latches on to Carol. Maggie puts down the walker and gives chase, only to encounter Michelle. Maggie attacks her and Michelle slashes her shirt with her knife, and a furious Carol shoots Michelle in the head. Carol and Paula wrestle, which leads to Paula being impaled and bitten on the face by a walker. Maggie looks on in shock. After burning the newly arrived Saviors alive, Maggie puts down the impaled walkers, including a reanimated Paula.

Outside, Maggie has collected a bin full of guns and suggests they create caches of guns throughout the community in the event of an attack. She watches as Glenn and Michonne go after Daryl, and Glenn looks back at her in the van's mirror. Maggie stops by the pantry to eat lunch before starting another shift. Enid insists on taking Maggie's shift so that she can rest. Later, Enid arrives at Maggie and Maggie asks for her help.

Enid cuts her hair, and she smiles as she examines her new look. Suddenly, she doubles over in pain and collapses to the floor, screaming as she clutches her stomach.

Maggie is being transported to the Hilltop to see a doctor. Getting weaker every minute, Rick tries to comfort and reassure her in her pain.

After all the roads are blocked by the Saviors, the group is forced to carry Maggie on a stretcher. They are captured by the Saviors. Negan emerges from a van and teases Maggie, threatening to kill her. Maggie cries as Abraham is beaten to death by Negan with his baseball bat, Lucille. As punishment for Daryl attacking Negan, he turns and hits Glenn over the head twice as Maggie screams in horror. Negan taunts Glenn - whose left eye has popped out of its socket due to the force of the blows - as he tries to speak to his wife.

Negan then bludgeons Glenn to death as a devastated Maggie cries for her husband. After Negan and his men leave, with Daryl taken away, the group sits on the ground in silence. Maggie struggles to her feet and walks towards Glenn's body. She tells Rick and the others to go back to Alexandria to get ready to fight Negan and she will get to the Hilltop on her own. Rick explains that they have Daryl and a lot more manpower than they do. She blames herself for the group being out there and insists on going by herself until Sasha steps in and says she will get her there and keep her safe.

Maggie tells her she is taking Glenn with her and kneels beside his body. Too weak to lift him, Carl steps in and offers to do it, and Rick tells her that he was their family too.

She hugs Carl and cries as the others take Glenn away.

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Maggie is then seen at the dinner table during Rick's vision, sitting next to Glenn and their son. She looks weak, but healthier than before. He informs her that she suffered from Abruptio Placentae, a separation of the placenta from the uterus, but that the baby is fine. He advises her to rest and remain at The Hilltop for the duration of her pregnancy. Maggie exits the trailer where Sasha is waiting for her.

She asks where Glenn and Abraham are buried. Maggie kneels by Glenn's grave. Sasha gives her Glenn's pocket watch; Maggie places it on Glenn's grave as a marker.

Sasha offers to stay at The Hilltop with Maggie. Jesus approaches, and places flowers on the graves. Gregory arrives and demands to know why Maggie's people didn't wipe out all The Saviors, and whether they know about his deal with Rick.

Maggie asks Jesus why Hilltop residents burn their dead. They're more dangerous," Maggie says. Maggie and Sasha wake up in the middle of the night and see fires blazing outside. Music blares from a parked car. The Hilltop gates are wide open. The trailer's door and windows are locked so they climb out through the sunroof. They see walkers flooding in through the front gate, drawn by the music.

As Sasha and Jesus kill the walkers, Maggie shouts orders to Hilltop residents, organizing their defenses. She drives a large tractor into the courtyard, mowing down walkers. She plows the tractor onto the car, destroying it and putting a stop to the music. The next day, Gregory thanks Maggie and Sasha for saving The Hilltop but still refuses to let them stay.

He slyly offers to work something out with Sasha one-on-one. They're interrupted by the sound of Saviors in the courtyard. Gregory tells Jesus to hide Maggie and Sasha in the foyer closet, but Jesus hides them in Gregory's bedroom. So you'll learn to start to call me by my name. Not Marsha, not dear, not honey. Maggie Rhee," she tells him.

Maggie leaves and finds Enid sitting at Glenn's grave. They hug. Enid cooks dinner for Maggie in Jesus' trailer. Sasha joins them.

Maggie gives the pocket watch to Enid, saying they don't need objects to remember their dead. They sit around the table, take each other's hands and pray. Maggie sits alone by Glenn's grave. She assumes her post at the Hilltop's front gate with Eduardo. Gregory approaches and warns her not to let her popularity with the Hilltop residents get to her head. Maggie taunts him, telling him it seems as though it bothers him. In their trailer, Maggie eats an apple pie that Sasha brought over.

She tells her that a resident's daughter thinks Maggie should run for president of Hilltop. Maggie asks if Jesus is still around as she wants him to pick up school supplies for the children, but Sasha reveals he left for a supply run that morning. Maggie leaves to get milk. Maggie stands guard at the Hilltop gate. She sees something in the distance and smiles before calling Sasha and Enid over. The gates open and she greets Rick with a hug and tells him that she and the baby are fine.

He admits that she was right from the beginning — they have to get ready to fight. As the others reunite, Maggie hugs Michonne. Together, they all stride towards the mansion. Gregory brushes them off when Rick tries to convince him to fight the Saviors for failing to take out the Saviors and he orders them to leave, pretending to not know him.

They exit the library and Enid leads them to the courtyard, where a group of Hilltop residents offers to join the fight against the Saviors. Maggie stays while Jesus takes Rick's group to meet Ezekiel. Maggie regards the bustling Hilltop community. She gives residents knife-throwing lessons, in preparation for the war against the Saviors. She and Jesus work on plans for the future of the community.

Gradually, the people of Hilltop begin to look to her as a leader. Maggie sees Daryl sitting alone outside the trailer. She brings him a plate of food and places her hand on his shoulder before heading back inside. Maggie apologizes to Jesus for taking over his trailer. He tells her he feels close to people for the first time since she, Sasha and Enid arrived.

Maggie leaves to speak with the blacksmith about making spears they can trade with the Kingdom for body armor. Enid guides her and Daryl to a root cellar to hide.

They hide behind some shelves and wait for the Saviors to leave. As a Savior takes some supplies from the cellar, Maggie stops Daryl from killing him. When he leaves, they come out of their hiding place and Maggie remarks that Daryl nearly killed a Savior unnecessarily.

She tells Daryl that ever since he arrived, he has avoided her. She begs him to look at her and he starts to cry before apologizing. Maggie insists he is not to blame for Glenn's death, and that Glenn thought he was one of the good things in this world. She admits she wanted to kill the Savior too, that she wants to string them all up and watch them die, but they need to win. She hugs him and asks him to help her win.

Maggie offers Eduardo farming tips as Gregory observes their interaction. Eduardo refers to Maggie as "boss lady" as she tells him her plans to transplant a blueberry bush from outside the Hilltop gates. She explains blueberry bushes can produce for over 40 years, and that they should start acting like they'll be around that long. Gregory joins Maggie as she uproots a blueberry bush outside the Hilltop walls.

He proposes they present a united front to the community. Maggie agrees to consider his offer and asks Gregory to keep watch until she is finished.

He contemplates killing Maggie while her back is turned, but ultimately decides against it. A walker emerges from the woods. Gregory charges at it but backs away at the last minute.

Maggie kills the walker as a second walker attacks Gregory. A passing group of Hilltop residents witness Maggie saving Gregory, who defends him and says it was his first time. A resident remarks that's not what Gregory told them. In one of Sasha's flashbacks, she and Maggie sit in a field. Later, she asks Maggie why they are there.

Maggie replies "for this" as they stare at the sunset. She considers their options and contemplates joining the fight at Alexandria. Jesus remarks that he's happy she is the one making the tough decisions. Enid places Glenn's pocket watch in her hand as she leaves the room with Judith.

Maggie arrives with the Hilltop fighters just in time to gun down a Savior that was about to kill Rick. She yells orders to the fighters as Negan notices she is alive and well. Jesus pins her down and Maggie's eyes fill with tears as she puts her down for good. She later attends her funeral. Maggie proudly tells Rick that she was not the one responsible for the events which saved Alexandria; it began right at the start, when Glenn made the decision to save Rick in the tank in Atlanta.

It was that heroic choice that paved the way for everything to come. In another flashback, Maggie and Sasha continue to sit in a field, watching the sunrise. They turn to each other and smile. Rick, Maggie and Ezekiel stand on a podium and address the crowd as the leaders of their respective communities: Alexandria, the Hilltop and the Kingdomunited and ready for an all out war.

Ezekiel chimes into Rick's speech and gives kingly rally cry to everyone. Then, it's Maggie's turn, pleading with everyone to keep faith in each other. If they do, "the future is ours. The world is ours," she promises. The caravan arrives in a large field, where members of all three communities are waiting.

Maggie insists on joining the initial phase of the fight, despite her pregnancy and says she has been fighting since the farm and can't stop now. Rick vows to relinquish leadership and follow Maggie after the fight is over. Rick's group guns down two sniper lookouts at the Sanctuary as Dwight nochalantly walks inside. The caravan arrives at the front gate, parking in formation to create a wall with the metal sheets retrofitted onto each vehicle. Maggie gives the signal and the group raises their guns toward the sky, shooting in unison.

Negan steps out with his lieutenants. No one accepts his offer. Negan tells Rick that he lacks the numbers to win a fight against the Saviors. Maggie and Jesus aren't surprised. Gregory declares that the Hilltop stands with Negan and the punishment for fighting against the Sanctuary is banishment for the offenders and their families. Maggie tells the Hilltoppers to do what they need to do but no one leaves. Maggie yells back, "Doesn't look like anyone is going does it! Simon pushes Gregory down the stairs after deciding he's no longer useful.

Negan's crew runs for cover in different directions. Rick's group continues firing, blowing out the Sanctuary windows.

The herd approaches, drawn by the explosion. Rick's group continues to spray bullets at the Sanctuary, then retreats to their cars for evacuation. Daryl leads the herd on his bike. Maggie hops in a car and sounds the horn. He pleads to be let back in. Gregory lies about finding the car empty, and arrogantly tells her that he built the Hilltop long before Maggie arrived.

Maggie furiously tells him to shut up and stop pretending he didn't try to sell the community out to Negan. He protests that he was trying to save lives but Maggie tells him the people are fighting for a better life. Kal overhears Gregory insulting him, and gives him the middle finger.

Maggie refuses to let Gregory in and sends him on his own outside the walls, but changes her mind when he desperately pleas for mercy, saying that he was scared and unsure if they could win in a fight against the Saviors. He apologizes and makes a scene. After listening to his pathetic cries, she reluctantly lets him in, telling Enid that he isn't worth killing, yet.

Just then, Jesus' group arrives with the captured Saviors. Gregory immediately insists that they can't stay, but Maggie sends him away while she talks to Jesus. Tara says she agrees that they shouldn't be allowed to stay, and Maggie notes that with families and children at the Hilltop, the arrangement would be dangerous. Jesus insists they can't kill those who surrendered, and makes plans to keep them under armed guard in two empty trailers.

Maggie is seen getting the note from Aaron and is surprised that he brought Graciewho was brought back from the outpost. Carol and Rick read notes from Maggie which inform them that they have Saviors as prisoners at the Hilltop. Maggie and Rick read the note from Carol which discuss the Kingdom being ambushed and murdered and her, Jerry, and Ezekiel being the only survivors. Rick's note pushes everyone to continue, citing Sasha as the first, with more sacrifices coming after.

Rick says that they meet at Sanctuary in two days to end this. Afterwords, Maggie confronts Jesus hands out food to the Saviors and orders him to stop giving away the Hilltop's food. Gregory suggests killing them but Maggie sends him away. Maggie is frustrated with Jesus and criticizes him for creating this situation. He is shocked that she would consider killing these men.

Maggie says everyone option's in the table and Jesus questions what are they fighting for, Maggie says they must end the Savior and Negan. Maggie and Gregory chat in Gregory's office, with Maggie sitting in his chair. He insists, again, that what he did with Negan was in the best interest of the community.

Maggie accuses him of being scared. She is disinterested but he says he can tell her she needs someone to tell her to follow her gut. The next day, Enid tells Jesus that Maggie has ordered the Saviors inside. They have built a holding area to keep them.

We won't mistreat them. Gregory says they shouldn't have people at the Hilltop who they can't trust. She agrees with him, which prompts Eduardo and Kal to put him in the same prison. Jared attempts to escape while being escorted inside of the prison, but Maggie strikes him down.

He warns her about getting people killed, but she strikes him with her rifle again. In the office, Maggie is holding baby Gracie while Aaron talks with Enid about the loss of Eric and the weight he is carrying as a result. She says the feeling doesn't go away but it helps to do something about it. Jesus enters and thanks Maggie for doing the right thing, but is disappointed when Maggie says she's only keeping them alive because she believes they are bargaining chips "They're alive because we might need them," Maggie said.

Maggie is first seen with Jesus and Neil in a car as she and a large convoy of Hilltop residents are heading presumably towards the Sanctuary to meet up with the Alexandrians in the hopes that the Saviors will surrender. Maggie spots a fallen log which has blocked the road. Jesus assures her that trees can do that, but Maggie is skeptical and quickly realizes that the Saviors are responsible.

Maggie radios to the back of the convoy and tells them to turn around. No response is given as the Saviors apprehend the convoy, and a truck parks in front of Maggie's car. From inside, it is revealed that Jerry was captured by the Saviors and is badly injured. He is then dragged outside along with a wooden box. Simon orders Maggie and her convoy to give up their firearms to the Saviors or else Jerry and everyone else will be shot.

Maggie asks Simon how the Saviors managed to escape their predicament. Simon explains that the Saviors want to transform the Kingdom and Alexandria into new outposts to replace the ones they lost, with the Hilltop retaining a semblance of autonomy, acting as the primary source of raw materials and food. Or, Maggie and her convoy can head back to the Hilltop, unharmed, however, with the cost of one of their people's lives. Before the Saviors depart, Maggie asks the Saviors for the wooden box.

Simon agrees to this and leaves. Maggie and her convoy return to the Hilltop. Gregory, still locked in a cage, tries to talk to her about getting why she locked him in, but Maggie shuts him up. Furious, Maggie orders Eduardo to take Dean out and executes him for giving Jesus trouble back at the outpost and for Simon killing Neil.

She declares that the Hilltop will be the last stand of this war. Maggie puts Dean's body in the coffin-like box and scrawls a message on the cover: "We have 38 more.

Stand down. While walking away, she attempts to not cry at this new order.

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Maggie observes the Hilltop as it rebuilds and fortifies. Food at the Hilltop is becoming scarce, and Dianne fears that rations will have to be cut down further to be able to survive the next week; the situation is worsened if they take the captive Saviors' rations into consideration.

Maggie is approched by Gregory through the barb-wire fence, reasoning that he should be released for good behavior, but Maggie refuses to set him free. Again, Maggie refuses, and reveals that they are removing their rations for a few days, much to the shock of the Saviors and Gregory. Maggie and Carol look devastated and Enid is brought to her knees in sorrow, with Maggie confronting her. Siddiq approaches Maggie to personally thank her for her hospitality. He inquires about whether the Hilltop holds an infirmary, revealing to Maggie that he has medical experience and wishes to help the community.

She directs him to the trailers. As he leaves, Maggie surveys the community.

Maggie returns to the holding pen and agrees to Alden's deal, allowing a maximum of two Saviors at any given time out of the pen for work, exercise and, if the need arises, medical attention. Gregory, while grateful for her decision, is worried about an impending attack by the Saviors and implores that Maggie consider an evacuation, fearing losing the war. She remains strong, telling Gregory that with all they have now, there is little possibility for loss. Her attention is brought to the gates as Rick's arrival is announced.

She watches Rick ride out in the truck.

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Rosita asks, "Have you come back? We just keep going. In the distance, Maggie spots some sort of shiny flag hoisted above a small crate. Rosita retrieves the crate and gives Maggie the attached note, which offers them a "key to your future" in exchange for food and records. The note includes coordinates for a meeting point.

Maggie worries that it's a trap, but Michonne suggests they investigate. Maggie suggests they simply miss out on the help rather than risk dying.

Enid agrees. Maggie relents and agrees to go to the meeting point. A third woman wearing a suit steps out and introduces herself as Georgie.

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Her bodyguards are Hilda and Midge. Georgie explains that she can give Maggie valuable knowledge in exchange for food and records. Maggie, however, shuts the notion down, and rules these people are coming back to Hilltop. She wants to make the deal and let them go before the Saviors arrive. Maggie, however, wants to keep all of the food. Enid wants to take their stuff or someone else will. She thinks people will die here and they should care more about themselves than anyone else.

Michonne, however, points out that Carl rescued Siddiq and now they have a doctor and friend. Enid blently tells her Carl is dead because of it. Michonne tells her to leave, and she argues that Carl wanted them to be better people. Maggie reflects on this. Maggie gives Georgie a crate of food and records, and Georgie reciprocates with a sizable portion of the food in her van, having seen the desperate state of Hilltop and knowing that it needs the supplies more than she does.

She gives Maggie a binder full of plans for windmills, water mills and other schematics to help create a community, the key to a future that she had been talking about. During the night, Maggie is signaled by Jerry when he spots a Savior convoy approaching.

Simon informs her that Negan received her care package in the box which he gave to her. He tells her she and her people are gonna die for that. Maggie threatens to kill the thirty-eight Savior prisoners unless Simon retreats. Simon writes off the prisoners as "damaged goods" and proceeds with his attack. Daryl races up on his bike with a machine gun and guns down several Saviors.

The gate opens and they follow him in. A pick up truck is loaded with Saviors. Maggie orders everyone to open fire. The battle begins in earnest. Alden, offers to help defend Hilltop, but Maggie ignores him and he is taken inside. Maggie looks around for Negan, but doesn't see him. After succeeding in driving the Saviors off, Maggie and Rick run after Simon, Dwight and the Saviors as they escape in their vehicles.

Maggie says that she wanted all of the Saviors dead, but Negan most of all. Rick tells Maggie that he saw Negan earlier in the day and tried to kill him. Instead of being angry, Maggie thanks him for trying.

Hilltop cleans up in the aftermath of battle. Maggie watches Jerry dig graves for the dead. She cuts Alden's bonds and tells him to bury the dead Saviors. Alden insists those aren't his people anymore, but he is glad she sees them that way. Dianne commends Maggie for being a good leader. Maggie regrets not killing Negan. That night, Maggie checks in with the Hilltoppers as they prepare beds on the floors of the main house.

Dana stitched up his wound. He tells her Maggie is a better leader than Gregory as he only cared for himself and nothing more. Maggie watches everyone pile onto each other and sleep on the floor inside. Suddenly, screams ring out from the House. Inside, Maggie sees people getting eaten by walkers.

Daryl rushes in to help people. Ezekiel watches. Michonne and Jesus put walkers down inside. After killing the remaining walkers. They notice that the walkers were all their people Carol informs Maggie and everyone that Tobin wasn't bitten. Alden rescues him. Maggie finds him and he explains to Maggie that the Saviors escaped after Henry opened their pen. He points out that some Saviors stayed behind to help.

The next morning, Maggie watches Jerry and Jesus bury more bodies. Maggie has remorse for luring the Saviors here in an effort to kill Negan. Rick walks away as everyone stands near the much larger graveyard. Maggie is seen in her office with Dianne, Daryl and Rosita. Dianne reports that they don't have enough ammo to fend off another big attack.

Presuming the Saviors are low on ammo themselves, Daryl suggests they fight them hand-to-hand.

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Rosita points out that Eugene is probably making ammunition for the Saviors. Maggie helps out with errands and tasks around Hilltop. Later, Gregory returns to the Hilltop, giving them the map to warn them of the attack, before being place back in his cell. Maggie and the group discuss their plan of attack. Michonne wonders if they can trust intelligence delivered by Gregory. After Rick's scout team kills Lance's group and finds the map, Rick radios Maggie with the new ambush location indicated on the map.

Following the map, Maggie joins Rick's group as they witness a massive walker horde in the distance and continue on. They end up in a large field where Negan taunts them over a public address system.

Negan reveals he has Gabriel at gunpoint, their traitor Dwight is a prisoner, and that his people are ready to fire. He counts down from three, as a firing line of Saviors appears on the ridge line of the hill, ready to shoot down Rick's group.

However, as they fire, their weapons all backfire due to Eugene's purposely faulty ammo, killing or injuring many including Negan and rendering the guns ineffective. Maggie and Rick's army open fires at the Saviors. Defeated, Laura and the surviving Saviors surrender to Rick's army. Maggie screams in anguish and demands that Negan has to die for killing Glenn, but Michonne holds her back.

Rick orders the Saviors to return home and proclaims that Negan's rule is over. He points to the massive herd in the distance and declares that they must unite to fight the walkers, the real threat.

After the defeat of the Saviors, Alden tells Maggie that he would like to stay to help build a stronger community, as he felt he never belonged to the Sanctuary, while also thanking her for giving him a new life.

After a moment's consideration, Maggie agrees to let Alden stay at the Hilltop and help build up the community. Back in her office at the Hilltop, Maggie privately talks to Jesus and Daryl. She is angry at Rick and Michonne, believing that they were both wrong for keeping Negan alive. Together, the three allude to later rectify this error once the Hilltop has time to regroup and fortify. During the year and a half that passed since the end of the war, Maggie had her son and named him after his late grandfather, Hershel.

Maggie and the group go to the Smithsonian in Washington D. C, to search for a covered wagon and farming equipment. Inside, Rick tells everyone to be safe and the group separates.

While returning to the main stairs, Maggie tells Michonne and Carol that Gregory called for an election at the Hilltop and lost, making Maggie the rightful leader. She also mentions how they need to find farming equipment to help the Sanctuary. Shortly after, the whole group reunites and gingerly uses ropes to drag an old covered wagon down the stairs and over the glass floor. The glass finally gives way and Ezekiel falls through it, dangling by the rope.

Before the walkers can bite him, Daryl shoots at one and Rick and the others finally pull him to safety. Carol joyfully kisses him to celebrate. On the road, Rosita and Daryl catch up with everyone to inform them that the main bridge is out due to a storm. Rick tells Tara, Gabriel, Aaron and Anne to head back to Alexandria and the rest will go to an alternate route and spend the night at the Sanctuary, ignoring Maggie's request of seeing Hershel sooner. In the woods, the wagon gets caught in the mud as walkers appear from the bushes.

It finally budges and everyone rushes to gather the supplies until the walkers overwhelm them and they're forced to leave. Ken runs back to free his horses but is bitten in the arm by a walker and then kicked in the ribs by the horse. Siddiq and Enid try to save him but Ken succumbs to blood loss and dies from his injuries.

A saddened Maggie sobs by his side before putting him down. An emotional Tammy scolds Maggie for getting her son killed, reminding her that she voted for her in the election.

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Earl tries to calm her down but Tammy doesn't listen and criticizes Maggie's decision to supply the Saviors. A shocked Maggie offers to help with the funeral but Tammy declines and denies her from being present.

However, a saddened Maggie holds Hershel and watches Ken's funeral from the balcony. Maggie Lindemann is a 20 year old American Singer. Her zodiac sign is When did carter and maggie start dating.

Maggie Lindemann is a member of the following lists: Maggie was born on March 29, to Oscar Rodas and unnamed woman. She was raised in Blue Springs, Nebraska, in a very conservative family. As a non-white lesbian, Maggie had a hard childhood, being discriminated against and treated as an outcast by her peers. When Maggie was 14, she realized she was a lesbian when she had her first crush on her friend, Elisa Wilkey.

Believing the feeling was mutual, Maggie wrote a Valentine's Day card declaring her feelings and asking When did carter and maggie start dating to the school dance, which she put in her friend's locker. However, Elisa showed the card to her parents, who then called Maggie's parents - outing her. Carter Reynolds has this morning broken his silence to when did carter and maggie start dating his detractors questions, after a video surfaced appearing to show the 19 year old Vine star pressure his 16 year old minor ex girlfriend, Maggie Lindemann into performing a certain kinky act on him.

Conceding that the video is indeed of him and Maggie, and that the leak the result of an iCloud hack, the social media star goes on to insist nonetheless that the video was filmed whilst the pair were still together. Maggie Lindemann was allegedly pressured by her ex-boyfriend to have sex. He apologised and defended himself in a long chain of Twitter messages, swearing he would never force anyone to do anything.

Many online found him disingenuous, more interested in blaming the hackers than taking responsibility for his own actions. This week, Reynolds threatened to take his life, then apologised to his fans for scaring them, declaring: "suicide is NEVER the answer".

Reynolds had previously accused Lindemann of performing oral sex on another social media celebrity, Hayes Grier.

She described in a message captioned "take ur meds kids" that she was bipolar and had been admitted to hospital. Reynolds revealed he, too, had been to hospital "to make sure everything was okay", that he was okay, and that, while the "Maggie stuff" would still bother him, he now knew there was more to life than "girls, social media, money, fame, and caring what people think about you".

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