15th December, 1993
|Familial and political information|
Pearson was raised in different foster families through-out her early life without any knowledge of her parents. She was eventually placed at St. Francis Orphanage in Ganton, L.S. With the motivation that the transition would benefit her. Despite the management's efforts, Pearson never integrated socially and became an outcast. At one point she got into a confrontation with another orphan. She was stabbed in the right side of her stomach. Despite the poor conditions she graduated from Ganton Senior High School in 2011. In summary, her upbringing was traumatic, because of the unsatisfying relationships to any family figure.
Jasmine Pearson began her fire and rescue service career with the Los Santos Fire Department in April 2014. She served in the capacity of Firefighter, Lieutenant and Deputy Fire Chief. Today she serves as the Department's Chief. Chief Pearson oversees the Central Unit, Recruitment and Training and Search and Rescue units of the Department where she is responsible for all aspects of emergency service delivery.
Pearson is an average, biracial woman, both in height and weight. Her face is hard and somewhat short. She is capable of and uses her charismatic smile readily when interacting. Her hair is ever changing: trying different styles every now and then, but typically remains black, short and tied in a ponytail. In later days after an incident where a combative patient abused her ponytail her hair is cut in a typical Ivy League (haircut).
Her overall body is buxom and beautiful but at the same time athletic, meaning she's capable of carrying weight and sprinting down a lightning bolt when necessary (metaphorically written). On the side of her stomach (right side) she has a scar from when she was stabbed in her early teens while living at St. Francis Orphanage, Ganton.