She stole Cindy's personal diary and exposed it to the entire school, publicly humiliating the latter and ruining her life. Her mother was a woman Lionel was having an affair with and then paid off to disappear with the intention to start anew with Lillian. While Lena would grow to regret this cruel, impulsive act, Lillian was proud of it, seeing it as proof that her adoptive daughter embodied the Luthor traits. Not the way Lena does — especially considering what Kara knows of the Luthor family is but a mere fraction of what Olsen does concerning them. Later, Lena organizes another meeting with her mother at L-Corp and confesses she knows Lillian runs Cadmus, to which the latter made no effort in refuting the allegation and wonders if her adopted daughter summoned her just so she could lecture Lillian the way Lena did with Lex. Lena was given the opportunity to travel on the suborbital spacecraft Venture but had to back out at the last minute due to an important business meeting regarding the renaming of her company. And with that, the two of them tensely parted ways.
Kara loudly insists otherwise; but sadly, James has the support of everyone else in that room. With him probably working to conceive a contraption of similar purpose while back at the D. Lena wrote down and gave the address to Kara, who thanked her and said that she owed her a great debt, to which Lena replied that she did not, as she knows that she would help her when the time came. Lillian makes the rocket explode before Supergirl could act, spreading the virus across the sky. If anything, he requires her trust. She stole Cindy's personal diary and exposed it to the entire school, publicly humiliating the latter and ruining her life. Then, she was told that if she wanted her help, all Lillian had to do was ask for it shall be given by Lena; and she gives Lillian a case containing Isotope , the substance exclusively manufactured by L-Corp, that Cadmus needed to initiate the Medusa Virus into a city-wide outbreak effect. Stripped of her privileges and sent into incarceration, Lena's arrest makes the headlines, and the stigma of being a Luthor is heightened with the people, like the correctional officers at the penitentiary that Lena was being kept at, commenting on how she is just like her brother or physically will be as they passed her cell. However, four years later, his mistress died and Lionel decided to adopt his four-year-old daughter. After the spacecraft exploded and was rescued, Clark Kent and Kara Danvers — in their civilian guises — ventured to LuthorCorp to investigate her after receiving a tip from the D. Before he could escape with Alex as hostage to hold Supergirl at bay, Lena near-fatally shot him from behind. While Lena would grow to regret this cruel, impulsive act, Lillian was proud of it, seeing it as proof that her adoptive daughter embodied the Luthor traits. Early life Four-year-old Lena is welcomed to the Luthor family. Receiving a modest answer from Kara, Lena notes that she sensed the former to bear the presence of a competent journalist, from the moment of their first encounter, and hopes to see more of Kara in the future. Lena was born in in Metropolis to the billionaire Lionel Luthor and an unnamed woman with whom he was having an affair. Later, Lena organizes another meeting with her mother at L-Corp and confesses she knows Lillian runs Cadmus, to which the latter made no effort in refuting the allegation and wonders if her adopted daughter summoned her just so she could lecture Lillian the way Lena did with Lex. With his cousin standing somewhat nervously next to himself, Clark only politely did not deny this, amusing Lena with his reply. He then recounts to her how Superman and Lex Luthor used to be like from long before their enmity of epic proportions — about how it started quite amiably, with the two of them seeing the each other as necessary allies both true and open to each other as they worked together for the greater good, until the latter began showing his more sinister side and conduct, forcing Clark to convince himself and see Lex in anything but a disparaging light, despite of practically everyone else considering and even saying differently of the latter that Superman had to defend Lex from such, time and again. Noticing Lena's determination to carry on, a curious Supergirl inquires of the businesswoman's motives and Lena points out in response that National City's extra-terrestrial superheroine actively goes out of her way to aid the city's residents and beyond, with little to no personal gain for herself, and so Lena asks if it was a burden that only Supergirl was allowed to bear in responsibility because of who she is and what her abilities allow her to be. Hurt, Lena refuses to believe it, accusing the superheroine to be no different than anyone who readily condemns the Luthors' disposition and morality because of their family name, coldly wondering before how long until she sees Lena herself in a similar disparaging light, and asks Supergirl to leave. The next day, Lena — who presumably deduced a close correspondence between her friend and the city's alien protector after noticing the connection between Supergirl's taking down of Sinclair's fight club operations not long after she herself handed the coordinates to Kara — came to Kara's apartment where she catches Alex talking with Kara and learning the fact that they are adoptive sisters and asked her to arrange a meeting with Supergirl, so, in the evening, Kara arrives at Lena's L-Corp office in the guise of Supergirl. Kara was later seen venting out her own frustrations by furiously smashing apart and crushing concrete, while still garbed in her civilian attire, in the D. After that, they left for the National City port, where they intend to release the virus with a rocket launcher. Kara manages to cover her and asks her to leave. Unbeknownst to Kara, Alex has Winn prepare such underhanded methods anyway, telling him to have them at the ready soon after Kara left. Bringing up her past with Lex, Lena then notes that some people are inherently evil, even if their ill intents are not obvious at first, and that those closest to them are also sadly the ones hurt most once the former show their true colors; protecting oneself from them is all that can be hoped for. But before she does, Kara imparted a few inspiring words to the CEO, that she honestly believes Lena to be a better person than anyone else in the Luthor family.
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