Heather worked as a model for Arnett Clothing Emporium. She was engaged to Henry Arnett and was close friends with Julia Randall. Heather and Julia later moved to work at the D'Assine Dress Shop, though Julia had a notorious reputation as a flirtatious troublemaker, hence was later fired.
Events of L.A. Noire
While working at the fashion store, Heather was introduced to Detectives Cole Phelps and Roy Earle by Celia Stanley. Phelps questioned Heather for background information on Julia and asked Heather to request Arnett come to Hollywood Police Station for questioning. Before leaving, Phelps revealed that Julia had been murdered, upsetting Heather.
Later that evening at home, she encountered both Phelps and Earle again, who were informing her mother of her recovered stolen items. Phelps revealed that Arnett was involved in the burglaries. Outraged by the accusation, Heather was escorted by Phelps and Earle to Arnett's apartment, where they witnessed Arnett being attacked though the assailant escaped.
Phelps interrogated Arnett, with strong evidence. Heather learned the shocking truth that Arnett and Julia were both part of burglary gang. Arnett stole from Heather's mother, and her pearl engagement ring was also stolen. Furthermore, Phelps revealed that Arnett planned to escape to Mexico City, leaving Heather behind to escape the authorities. Arnett was sent to prison for burglary, and their engagement was likely cancelled.
- Her character is based off of Ruth Morrison, a fellow model and friend of the murder victim in the 1948 film "The Naked City".
- Both Heather's parents were separated. Heather went by using her father's surname rather than her mother's maiden name.
- L.A. Noire's attention to detail is in evidence after Cole informs Heather of Julia's death. If you attempt to return to the clothing store after interviewing Heather, the store will be closed with the door locked. Look through the window and you'll be able to see several employees comforting a grieving Heather.