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But, when things went wrong and Ford tried to drug and rape Chelsea, he chased her up the stairs and then fell to his death. But Stephanie and Melanie did not get along, and the rivalry began to take a toll on Max and Stephanie's relationship.
Stephanie convinced the other girls that they should not call the police, but instead, they should hide the body themselves. The sisters kept the secret for a few weeks until Chelsea finally told Ford's dad where Ford's body was. Max told Stephanie that Melanie confessed to a crime. Furious that Stephanie would break his trust, Max broke up with Stephanie.
After Steve's death, Stephanie moved to Los Angeles with her mother, and wasn't seen again until she was a grown woman, at which point she was a racecar driver.
After a brief relationship with Max Brady, Stephanie shortly left town, only to return after her father, recently returned from the dead, began experiencing problems.
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