Let me go, Mr. Hill By Shallow South Chapter 248

Let me go, Mr. Hill [by Shallow South] Chapter 248

Shaun sat in the backseat of his car. He had acted in a fit of anger earlier, but now he suddenly felt very hungry. His stomach started to hurt again.

He lit a cigarette irritably. If he had known that this would happen, he would have finished eating the breakfast before getting angry.

“Young Master Hill, let me buy you something to eat.” Hadley looked at him worriedly.

“I’m not in the mood. Go bring Rebecca Jones to me,” Shaun said coldly, “I’ve always wanted Catherine to deal with her, but she’s too useless. I’ll do it myself.”

Hadley nodded. It seemed like he would have to pray for Rebecca soon.

Hudson Corporation.

Rebecca was directly kicked out by the security guards.

She was unwilling and yelled at the door, “Even if my dad was arrested, he’s still a shareholder of the company and I’m still his daughter! I have the right to inherit his shares and enjoy the dividends.”

“Get lost!” The security guard spat at her unceremoniously. “Everyone already knows that your parents killed the old madam in order to get Hudson’s shares. They killed Old Madam Jones. They’re simply inhumane. Chairwoman Jones has already asked a team of lawyers to recover Jeffery Jones’ shares. What are you going to inherit? Dream on!”

“Just wait. When I come back to Hudson, I’ll make your life worse than death.”

Rebecca trembled in anger. Even a security guard dared to bully her now.

The world was really unfair. She had clearly sent all those indecent photos of Catherine and Wesley to the reporters yesterday, but not only did it fail to ruin Catherine’s reputation, people even started to pair her with Wesley now.

It was so infuriating.

She walked to the side of the road when a car without a license plate suddenly stopped in front of her. Then, two people pushed her directly into the car.

“What are you doing?” Before Rebecca could react, she was covered in a sack and knocked unconscious.

Before long, a bucket of cold water was poured down on her and she screamed from the cold. The sack was ripped open.

“Was the cold nice?” Hadley looked at her from above.

Rebecca looked up and thought that he looked a little familiar. After a moment, she remembered. “It’s you. You’re Shaun Hill’s assistant…”

“It’s good that you remember.” Hadley smiled faintly. He turned to the side, revealing a man sitting on a sofa not far away.

The man wore a black suit and held a cigarette in his hand, the smoke coiling in the air. His inky eyes flashed with a dark light that was as sharp as a knife.

The man exuded a chilling aura.

Rebecca recognized him. An inexplicable fear rose from the bottom of her heart.

“Mr. Hill, you’re engaged in legal work. Are you trying to have your license revoked by breaking the law? I’m warning you, you’d better let me go at once, or I’ll never let you off.”

Hadley laughed as if he had heard a joke.

“What are you laughing at? Can’t you understand what I just said?” Rebecca sneered. “Let me tell you, I’m Willie Hill’s woman. Do you know who Young Master Hill is? He likes me the best. If you don’t believe me, you can take my phone and look at our pictures together.”

Shaun finished smoking the cigarette and threw it in the ashtray before getting up. His tall and oppressive body slowly walked toward her.

Rebecca thought he was afraid and laughed. “Shaun Hill, you’re just a lawyer. Young Master Hill isn’t someone a nobody like you can afford to offend—”

Before she could finish, Hadley slapped her across the cheek and knocked a tooth out of her mouth.

Rebecca screamed, “Young Master Hill won’t forgive you—”

Smack! Another slap sounded.

After several slaps, Rebecca lost a few teeth and did not dare to speak anymore.

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