Does Victoria Neuman inject her daughter with Compound V? and Why did Victoria Inject her daughter with Compound V?
After the latest episode of The Boys Season 3, the fans now have these questions whether Victoria Neuman actually injected her daughter with the Compound V?
Because in The Boys Season 3 Episode 4, we witnessed Homelander and Victoria join hands to go against the CEO of Vought, Stan Edger, which resulted in Edger resigning from his position as the director of Vought temporarily.
After that, we saw Homelander pays a visit to Victoria Neuman at her home and tell her that she did the right thing to be on the side of one of her own (Supes).
Homelander also told her that Edger didn’t consider her his daughter. Instead, he was using her as one of his weapons.
Homelander also shared a vile of Compound V with her, which we saw Victoria Neuman inject her daughter with, so the viewers are now questioning why she did that? What was the motive behind it?
If you want an answer to that question, then we have an explanation, so read along to know the details.
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Does Victoria Neuman inject her daughter with Compound V? Why did Victoria Inject her daughter with Compound V?
Yes! Victoria Neuman injected her daughter with compound V.
She did that to protect her daughter Zoe from future adversities.
Victoria Neuman is now dealing with Homelander, plus now she is also up against Stand Edger, who she just betrayed in Episode 4. Hence, there is a possibility that Edger might look for a payback soon.
There is also a possibility now Homelander will also try to use Victoria Neuman to his advantage cause she is the head of the Federal Bureau of Superhuman Affairs (FBFA).
In The Boys Season 3, Homelander went completely rouged.
First, he went to the Cameron Coleman show.
There he took a direct dig at the CEO of Vought, Stan Edger, after which Edger went to Victoria Neuman and told her to put some fines on Homelander for his stunt so that they could keep his mouth shut and stop him from pulling such celebrity stunt in future.
Edger also assured her that Homelander wouldn’t be able to hurt her daughter Zoe in any way; he would keep her safe.
But it turns out that Homelander had already paid a visit to Neuman and warned her if she went against him, he would harm her daughter.
Therefore, during the live telecast from the Federal Bureau of Superhuman Affairs (FBFA), Victoria Neuman crossed Edger, blamed him for all the illegal activities inside Vought, and also forced an investigation on him.
This results in Stan Edger temporarily resigning as the CEO and the Board of Directors of Vought.
After which, Homelander paid a visit to Victoria Neuman’s home and thanked her for siding with one of her own (Supes); Homelander bought a vile of Compound V and left it to her to use on her daughter, after which we saw Victoria Neuman injecting the Compound V into her daughter, and her daughter starts screaming violently.
So we think Victoria Neuman had injected her daughter with the Compound V cause she wanted to protect her daughter from any harm in future, and turning her daughter into a Supe might be able to help her from doing that.
It might happen that Stan Edger will be back as the CEO of Vought soon. Then he will go against Victoria Neuman to get revenge, and at that time, he might use Zoe as a pawn to get to Victoria.
Plus, who knows, with the current condition of Homelander, he can also endanger Neuman’s daughter to get some favours from the leader of the Federal Bureau of Superhuman Affairs (FBFA), Victoria Neuman.
Possibilities are endless, but we think what Victoria Neuman did is justifiable cause she just wanted safety for her daughter, and that’s why she injected her with the Supe Serum (Compound V).
We also saw Victoria Neuman’s daughter scream after Compound V was injected.
We know from the start that Compound V has some adverse side effects, so what will happen to Neuman’s daughter Zoe?
Will she turn into a monstrous-looking Supe, or will she die because of the side effects of Compound V? Well, only the next episode can provide answers on that.
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