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According to the Maisonette 9 website, "as a young boy, he wandered to the Humboldt River and dreamed of living on the other side (in Algonquin) so he would no longer be considered bridge and tunnel".He also used to play in front of the Monoglobe and would sometimes stare into it, wondering what life was like in different countries.
Luis must work for Tony's loan sharks, Rocco Pelosi and Mori Kibbutz.However, Luis hides this from Tony and goes so far as to lie to Tony about his activities at least twice.Tony sees a last chance to pay off his debts in buying and selling some $2 million diamonds for a small profit."The Russian mob want me dead, my best friend just contemplated murdering me, the mob are on my case, I'm massively in debt and I just lost 2 million dollars worth of diamonds.Any other man would just dust himself off and carry on." Anthony "Tony" Prince, also known as Gay Tony, is a character in the Grand Theft Auto series who appears as a minor character in Grand Theft Auto IV and The Lost and Damned, and the eponymous deuteragonist of The Ballad of Gay Tony.He also gained world-famous heiress Cloe Parker as a best customer and casual friend.
Like Gracie, Cloe uses a lot of cocaine and influences Tony down a similar path.
When Luis, Tony and his boyfriend Evan go to buy the diamonds from a cook at the Platypus, they are all ambushed by the Lost biker gang, resulting in the death of Evan (who Luis instructed to go a separate way and stash the diamonds at Maisonette 9).
Before this, Gracie and Evan had gotten Tony back on drugs.
His first experience working at a nightclub came from being in the cloakroom and eventually the front door of Elephant in the mid-1980s until a fire caused it to shut down.
The first club Tony opened for himself was PUDDLE, a rave venue famously located in a converted mortuary, until it was shut down when Tony was arrested for tax evasion in 1985, spending 3 months in jail.
He is ashamed of his Dukes background, and it's hinted during the beginning of Departure Time that he doesn't speak to his parents anymore.