"No, but the scientist who does work with him has failed to do anything about the matter. The head of security says no action can be taken until whoever keeps bringing in peanut butter has been identified." The gifted hadn't been punished in any way, when really he should have been. He was steadily becoming Â bolder and more reckless after each incident he caused without being punished, and she was on the verge of considering to punish him herself. She would get in trouble for cruel and unusual punishment as it was just peanutbutter, but whatever reprimand security could dish out couldn't compare to working with this particular gifted.
Micha forced the peanutbutter jar into Lucius' hand, forcing some of the weight of her problem onto him. Many scientist's often complained about her personality or that she made too much physical contact like she just had now. As soon as they were actually in danger though they tended to stop complaining and began to realize why she had been hired. She was best suited for dealing with crises, not less urgent situations like this. "This is your problem now. You can talk to the scientist that works with him or try to figure out who keeps bringing peanutbutter in, I don't care. There is a guard still in the hospital wing right now after he had a bad allergic reaction because of this gifted. A guard that used to work with some of your gifteds' before his reaction. It's impossible for guards to do their job and protect scientists if they still have to worry about something like allergies." The poor guard hadn't even realized he had a peanut allergy and the allergy tests he had had done came up as a false negative. She turned the jar over so he could see the name the gifted had scratched into the side, "There's the gifted's name." Apparently she couldn't harm the gifted just because of the guard's allergic reaction.