This article, ”who is Sloane,” contains spoilers regarding Netflix limited series The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window.
Who is Sloane in The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window?
The best friend of Anna, Sloane supports Anna as Anna tries to recover from the death of Elizabeth. After Elizabeth died, Sloane turned down an opportunity to run a gallery in SoHo, New York. Her reasons were that Sloane wanted to make sure that Anna was ok.
A caring friend, Sloane is there for Anna regardless of the situation. Even when Anna gets herself arrested for murder, Sloane pays for her bail, a large sum of $500,000. It would appear that Sloane would never move to New York. That is, however, until she believes that Anna will be ok without her.
What does Sloane do? (Spoilers)
Sloane gains another opportunity to run the gallery in SoHo, New York. As a result, Sloane asks Anna if she can use one of her art pieces for an upcoming show. Throughout The Woman in the House Across the Street From the Girl in the Window, Sloane listens to Anna’s wacky stories. And even when SexyRexy comes into the fold, Sloane listens without judgment.
After Anna fills Sloane in on all the recent developments, Sloane speculates whether a Lifetime movie will get made. Then, after Anna gets arrested for Lisa’s murder, Sloane pays her $500,000 bail without worry. Although, she does ask Anna if she did commit the murder. Once the mystery within The Woman in the House Across the Street From the Girl in the Window has been solved, Sloane hosts her gallery event. During the event, in which Anna’s painting gets sold, Sloane reveals that she intends to turn down the job offer. Sloane explains that she wants to be there for Anna. Anna persuades Sloane that she will be ok and tells Sloane to accept the offer to run the gallery.
A year after the events of The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window Sloane now lives in New York. Which makes it extremely likely Sloane took the job offer.