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|Family Members:||Lucius Malfoy (Father)
Narcissa Malfoy (Mother)
Draco Malfoy( Brother)
Caitlin Bella Olivia Malfoy (31 December, 1987 – 2 May, 1998), later and better known as Caitlin, was a half-blood witch who was considered to have been the most powerful and dangerous Dark witch of all time. The Daughter of the wealthy Wizard Lucius Malfoy and the witch Narcissa Malfoy she was orphaned and raised in a Muggle orphanage, which remained her permanent residence through his 1988-1989 attendance at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry she was a member of Slytherin house.
Early life (1987-2019)Edit
Caitlin Bellatrix Malfoy was born on 31 December 1987 at Wool's Orphanage in London. Her pure-blood father Lucius Malfoy gave her up. Caitlin Malfoy grew up in a dingy orphanage, completely unaware of her wizarding heritage. Since the Muggle orphanage staff did not know anything about her mother, they did not know about her magical background. Instead, they believed that Narcissa as Mrs Cole told Edward Harrington shortly before his first meeting with Caitlin.
It is unknown whether or not the orphanage staff relayed this to Caitlin before her first encounter with Harrington. Despite her ignorance of her mother's true background, Caitlin did have some grasp on her abilities beyond that of average magical children of her same age, however, and an unusually high degree of control over them.
Caitlin could move objects with her mind and cause them to travel floating wherever she wished, manipulate animals and creatures as she wished, speak Parseltounge and use her power to inflict harm on other orphans. After getting into a fight with fellow orphan Riley Belle, she used her powers to hang the girl's rabbit from the rafters. On one occasion, she took two orphans, Tenebris Snape and Riley Belle, into a cave, where he performed an act so horrifying that the two orphans were traumatised into silence. Young Caitlin Malfoy also stole from other orphans and hid their things in her cupboard like trophies. Edward Harrington later stopped her from this hobby.