Sadiella 'Sadie' Jenkins (born 23 January 1996, Highway Hospital) is the deceased and main protagonist of CBBC TV Series, Sadie J. She is the deceased mother, Susan Jenkins and Steve Jenkins, the only sister of Danny Jenkins, the Step-Daughter of Beverly Summers the Step-Sister of Ashlii Summers. Sadie is portrayed as a 12-year-old girl who has a sense of fashion, even when she doesn't show it, and a super-fan of Cheryl Cole. Jenkins is also shown as a mixture of a selfish, honest and kind best-friend. She had a rough start in life, after her mother tragically died after being involved in a car-accident. After her death, Sadie used to go to bed crying, but eventually made a new called Danielle Ford, at school, but then things had changed when Danielle moved to Germany. Two years later, Sadie had made best-friends with Kit Karter and Dede Baxter, who started to comfort her after the tragic ending to her mother's life. At certain times, Kit and Dede call Sadie annoying, rude and selfish, but they always stay true friends.
Before the Show Edit
Sadiella 'Sadie' Jenkins was born on 23 January 1996, by her mother, Susan Jenkins. Once they had gone home, Susan vowed that she'll be by her daughter's side through thick and thin. Steve and Susan adored their daughter, and became overprotective of her. However, when Steve opened his motor shop, he spent most of his time at the shop, rather than spending time with Sadie, which led to a big argument between the pair. On 19 December 2001, Sadie's brother, Danny was born, and by then, Steve and Susan's argument was put to an end. Sadie used to be jealous of Susan and Danny together, and made up plans to keep them apart. She decided it wouldn't be fair, to let Danny grow up without a mother. Eventually, one day, Steve and Susan had a big argument which led to Susan to move out. Tragically, Susan had died from a car-crash on 1 January, 2002. When Sadie found out, she was angry, but got over it by her best friends, Danielle Ford, Dede Baxter, and Kit Karter.
Sadie is shown as a mixture of rude, selfish and immature, but inside the fictional character, there's more to meet the eye. In episodes of Series 1, she rarely shows kindness towards others, and in an episode of Series 2, she pushes Keith, rudely, out of the way. In various episodes of Series 3, she in every-where irritates her friends to the core, and tries to make it up to them.