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Roy was a criminal, like Clyde, who had physically abusive tendencies.
Very few of you might know actual rumors about who they were and what they did — and even less know the facts behind the legend of Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow.
They are frequently referenced in pop culture for being the ideal romance (a Depression-era "OTP", if you will), but so many things are wrong with that picture. They were not just a pair of lovers that got into a little bit of trouble with the law. Pictured above with her husband (yes, ), Roy Thornton, Bonnie Parker met Clyde when she was 19.
For example: "[Clyde] knocked [Bonnie] across the bedroom a couple of times but she got up and went back for more." Blanche also noted, "[Bonnie and Clyde] loved one another too much to live without each other." Their passionate love did little to erase the physical abuse, however. All she wanted was to be an actress or a writer, but her fate allowed little time for either profession.
Before Clyde, Bonnie never showed an affinity towards crime. Likely, Clyde persuaded the smitten Bonnie to join him and leave her mother, whom she loved dearly.