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Information-silkReal NameJezebel Jet
Information-silkCurrent AliasJezebel Jet
Information-silkRelativesUnnamed father (assassinated)
Information-silkAffiliationBlack Glove
Information-silkBase Of OperationsGotham City
Status
Information-silkAlignmentBad
Information-silkIdentityPublic Identity
Information-silkMarital StatusSingle
Information-silkOccupationSupermodel (retired)
Leader of small nation
Characteristics
Information-silkGenderFemale
Information-silkEyesBrown
Information-silkHairRed
Origin
Information-silkUniverseNew Earth
Information-silkCreatorsGrant Morrison, Andy Kubert
First AppearanceAppearance of Death



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Jezebel Jet is a former model who now runs a small African country. She first met Bruce Wayne at a fundraising party held at a London art gallery he attended at the behest of Alfred Pennyworth, who thought his boss needed to get back in touch with his "Playboy" persona and could use do with some "gossip column" stories in newspapers.

She showed him around the art gallery, talking politics of charity before splitting off from him to talk to another potential donor, declining to give him her phone number citing his reputation and her disinterest in becoming a "Wayne girl."

The two get together later on a ski vacation, during which Wayne presented Jet with a rare Pennyworth Blue Rose and launched one of his ski poles at a paparazzo videotaping them together, mistaking him for an assassin. Wayne told her various lies about his love of "dangerous sports" to explain away his bruises and injuries that came from his night life at the beginning of their relationship, a relationship that was monitored by Talia al Ghul in her continued interest in forming a life with Bruce Wayne and their son Damian. The relationship was also heavily monitored by various tabloid journalists who reported their every move, though with embellishments and speculation.

During a double sky-dive charity event the Bat-signal was lit up, leading Wayne to fake going off course to go to Gotham City Police Headquarters and attend to the problem, which ended up being the second of the Ghosts of Batman, who shot him causing him to suffer a heart attack. A week later Jezebel met him at the Alhambra Rooms restaurant, and during their conversation confronted him about his constant disappearances and overall mysterious behaviour. Just as the relationship seems to be coming to an end an exiled member of the Ten-Eyed Brotherhood, missing a finger and trailed by two bodyguards, bursts into the room taking Jezebel hostage and bringing Wayne along for good measure. As they move through the kitchen, both guards are quietly dispatched behind the abductors back. When he realizes what's going on he attempts to defend himself from his would be attacker, only to have Bruce Wayne throw 350° vegetable oil on his "eyes" before viciously beating him. When he's unconscious Jezebel questions Bruce's actions, and he yells back that all of her previous accusations—that "'Bruce Wayne' is a shallow, selfish, reckless mask of a man that never grew up"—at which point she realizes that he's Batman. The revelation of his alter-ego strengthens their relationship, and when a lull of "supercrime" hits Gotham City he begins spending more time with her, even going so far as to walk directly through the Batcave and to her while still in partial costume. He would later give her a tour of the Batcave.

Near the end of Batman R.I.P., it is revealed that she was an agent of the Black Glove all along.

During the epilogue, she is last seen on a plane, having successfully escaped being prosecuted due to diplomatic immunity. The place is later attacked by Talia's Man-Bats, leaving an initially ambiguous note on her fate. During the events of Batman Incorporated, it was officially shown that Talia had killed her, and displayed her severed head to Bruce.

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