The fan situation with the actress Kirsten Stewart doesn't apply here. I'm not talking about Bitsie Tulloch's personal life. I'm talking about the way a character is being written in a story plot. Juliette, the character, is written as not having free choice because of a magic spell. She's is under an obsession spell just as Hank was. Was Hank given free will or was he victimized by Adelind?
Juliette's dialogue says she wants to resist Renard but she doesn't know how. This is a metaphor for rape while comatose, which follows the events in the dark Grimm version of Sleeping Beauty where the prince rapes Beauty while she's asleep. Although Juliette's eyes are open, she can't remember Nick so she is still under the influence of Adelind's spell. We are still in the Sleeping Beauty story. Beauty is still "asleep". Until Juliette is out of the obsession spell her actions are not her own yet.
When the obsession spell is lifted then Juliette can be said to be "allowed" to have choice, whether its Renard, Nick or to move to Seattle and start a vet practice devoted exclusively to dogs.
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