Nina Patterson was the gorgeous and popular but not-so-popular Mean-Girl bully who attended George Washington High School. She was the Queen Bee of Lakewood prior to Brett Shimura's murder.

Many recognize Nina as the strawberry blonde spitfire who won’t hesitate to out people the first chance she gets. Girls like Nina are rich and spoiled and expected to marry billionaires without ever suffering the consequences of their actions.

While, that may be true to some extent, Nina’s ability to act as the queen puppet master comes from her near to flawless ability to manipulate people. Of all the girls in Lakewood, Nina is the bitch you shouldn’t cross.

With Tyler O'Neill's assistance, Nina was able to bug everyone, including teachers and town officials. She had an entire private room set up in her mansion with monitors on everyone. And Nina, she had front row seats to the whole thing.

Every second Nina is designed to get you to cheer for her impending demise.


Rich and arrogant, Nina is a typical snob who boasts about her expensive designer clothing and state-of-the-art wealthiness for her style. Nina seems the stereotypical bitchy Queen Bee figure at George Washington High School. She picks on Audrey Jensen and other students and is known to be quite dramatic. Nina only picks on Audrey out of envy and due to her image at Lakewood -- even when outing Audrey.

Nina is also a charismatic, fabulous, and a great actress, being able to act kind and understanding in order to sway people to her side. Nina is also a xenophobe and a master manipulator as she loathes people, firmly believing that she is superior to all others and should therefore rule them through force and threat.

Villainous Deeds



  • Nina's demise is much more brutal and far different than in MTV's Scream version.
  • Nina was still the popular mean-girl Queen Bee of Lakewood, ultimately before her murder.
  • Nina is far more atrocious than in MTV's Scream.
  • Secretly despised Brett Shimura, due to his sexuality.
  • Originally, Nina was less devilish, and "more dead".
  • Nina appears in total of 7 episodes -- way more episodes than in MTV's Scream combined.
  • Relentlessly bullied Audrey Jensen and Noah Foster for no reason.
  • Nina acted sweet and innocent whenever her parents were around, but was aggressive and awful to everyone at school.
  • It is apparent in Pilot, that Nina was sent to a mental institution but was released.
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