Before her death it is discovered that Flora had a relationship with Marisol's son, Eddie. One night, after Flora and Eddie had sex, Flora left the room to take a call from work. Eddie overheard Flora talking to someone about having "a chance to make some real money" and somone will pay because "it is on video". This could be related to Flora being a prostitue however that information is not known at this point in time. Sometime before Flora was murdered, Eddie proposed to her via e-mail, however she rejected him. This information led to the police having a sstronger suspicion that Eddie killed Flora, Just before Flora was stabbed she had a converation with Evelyn Powell with Adrian Powell present, asking her to stop having sex with her husband. Evelyn and Adrian then left an annoyed Flora alone in the room whilst they went downstairs to the party that they were hosting at their house. Flora then began to write a note saying "You can't just throw me away," and "We both know what happened," and finally "I was raped." A dark figure then comes into the room and wounds Flora by stabbing her in the stomach, she does not die however moments later she staggers out into the garden and collapses into the pool where she dies.
Flora is killed within the first five minutes of the shows first episode, she writes a note before she dies saying how she trusted someone and that she was raped. Marisol is secretly trying to find out what happened to her, as her son is in the blame for the murder and didn't do it. It's only a matter of time before the real murder is found out. ("Pilot")
She worked for Evelyn as a maid. She also had a relationship with Eddie.
Flora, was murdered in the first 5 minutes of the show. She was working for Evelyn Powell at a party, when she is writing this letter. As she is reading it, you can see a dark figure behind her. After a fight the killer stabs her in her stomach. She stumbles out of the room and falls into the pool where she dies. She was pregnant while she died. As it later appears she was killed by Phillippe Delatour.