Xavier was still in shock from being tied up by Noah.
He stared at Finnick in confusion for quite a while before realizing what was going on.
“Finnick, what’s the meaning of this? How could you do this to me? Have Noah untie me at once!” he shouted.
Xavier was sleeping soundly with a woman in his arms earlier that morning when he was suddenly dragged to the floor by Noah. Xavier was about to curse at him, but held his tongue when he saw Noah crack his knuckles.
He was aware of how skilled Noah was in combat skills and knew better than to anger him. Noah allowed Xavier to get dressed before tying him up and bringing him over.
He kept asking Noah what it was about along the way, but Noah simply refused to answer, much to his dismay.
Now, he was sitting in front of Finnick like a prisoner of some sort. They didn’t even bother to give him a glass of water.
“What the hell do you want with me, Finnick? You could’ve just called me over!” Xavier shouted angrily.
Finnick had a vicious look in his eyes as he questioned Xavier coldly, “Xavier, tell me. Did you lay your hands on a woman who was drugged in Century Hotel two years ago?”
Since when did Finnick concern himself with my personal affairs?
Xavier began pondering his question and seemed lost in thought.
Noah gave him a push on the back and urged him to answer Finnick’s question.
That snapped him out of it, and he replied shortly after, “A woman who was drugged? No way, I wouldn’t touch someone like that! With my wealth, there are tons of women who would willingly throw themselves at me! I’ll admit, I am frivolous and can’t hold my liquor, but I am quite the connoisseur when it comes to women!”
With Xavier’s wealth and good looks, there really is no need for him to drug a woman, nor is he the type of person to do such a thing. But what if he was drunk? What if he was so wasted that he didn’t know what he was doing? He could’ve entered the wrong room by mistake!
“I suggest you think twice before answering my questions. We both know you’re quite the monster when you’re drunk.” Finnick pressed on.
Xavier realized the gravity of the issue when he saw how serious Finnick was, and Vivian was the only person he had ever taken so seriously.
“Are you talking about Vivian? What on earth happened?” Xavier asked.
Finnick kept quiet as he didn’t know what to say, and he didn’t want to ruin Vivian’s reputation either. On top of that, he didn’t want to bring up Fabian.
Noah noticed the look on Finnick’s face and answered Xavier’s question on his behalf.
He gave Xavier a brief summary of what happened to Vivian during her time in university two years ago.
Xavier was shocked by what he heard and sympathized greatly with her. Who on earth could’ve done such a sick and heartless thing to her? That b*stard better pray I don’t find him or he’ll have hell to pay!
Noah smiled and apologized, “I’ve been investigating that incident under Finnick’s orders and managed to find out the date and room number with the help of the hotel staff. They found a scarf with the letter “J” on it while cleaning the room the next morning and handed it over to me. It looked really similar to your custom-made scarf, so… Well, I apologize for dragging you here like this. You were the most suspicious one on the list, after all.”
Xavier nodded after hearing his explanation. “No, it’s fine. I understand that you were just doing your job. That scarf was indeed…”
He paused all of a sudden and glared angrily at Finnick. My scarf factory was acquired by someone and put out of business some time ago. Could Finnick be the one responsible for that? He is the only person capable of doing such a thing!