In the HBO fantasy series, Ramsay raped his new wife Sansa on their first night together. The scene was widely criticised by many as needless.
As a way of securing the North, Roose Bolton has his son marry Sansa. Continuing Game of Thrones' theme of horrific weddings, Ramsay shows his true colors on their first night together. He even forces Theon to watch as he abuses Sansa in one of the show's most controversial and disturbing moments.
Littlefinger's entire reputation in both the books and the show was his incredibly detailed knowledge of the inner-workings of most noble families in Westeros. That means he should have known that Ramsay was a direct threat to Sansa's physical and emotional wellbeing.
Ramsay rips Sansa's wedding gown apart, bends her over, then forces his way into her as she cries out in pain. (This episode is preciously titled “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken.”) Theon Greyjoy is forced to watch as Sansa—who is still only around 15 years old! —loses her virginity to a sadist.
After his wedding to Sansa, Ramsay brings her to his chambers and rapes her. A horrified Reek attempts to leave, but Ramsay forces him to stay and watch.
No. I know people speculated for like, two seasons that Sansa was pregnant, but that's not what that line is. Ramsay was done, his plaything was free, and that was his last attempt to control her.
It's not until the season seven finale that Sansa truly realizes Littlefinger's betrayal, when Lord Baelish tells Sansa that Arya wants to steal her title as Lady of Winterfell. Sansa knows this is a lie; Arya never wanted to be a lady. Her little sister always wanted to be a knight.
Petyr betrayed the two women he claimed to love, Catelyn and her daughter Sansa. He set up Sansa's marriage to the Boltons. He led Sansa to the marriage by telling her if she wanted to build a better home, she would have to destroy the old one.
Hated Each Other: Because The North Deserves To Be Free
Ultimately, the simplest and most obvious reason why Sansa and Daenerys were destined to be enemies is because Daenerys wanted to rule the North despite the fact that the Northerners didn't want her as their ruler.
Ramsay tortured Theon because of his own sadist nature, loving to inflict pain and misery upon others simply as he could. Theon in particular was like a pet project to Ramsay, seeing just how far he could destroy him and turn him into his willing servant.
Sansa is later told by her father that he is considering sending her and Arya back to Winterfell, running the risk of breaking her betrothal to Daveth. Sansa doesn't want to accept it. She tells them that she loves Daveth, she will be his queen and give him beautiful black-haired children.
He obsesses over Theon (Reek), because to him Theon is the new Reek, and the original Reek was his lifelong companion and friend. So basically, Ramsay just has a strange obsession over him, since he is too much of a sociopath to relate to others on an emotional level.
Though he initially feigns kindness to Sansa, after Myranda shows her Reek in the kennels, Ramsay uses Sansa's contempt for Reek as psychological torment, by having him apologise for "killing" Bran and Rickon, having him give Sansa away at the wedding, and ultimately forcing Reek to watch as he rapes Sansa on their ...
Littlefinger had Sansa marry Ramsay Bolton as proof that Lord Bolton betrayed the crown. Ramsay Bolton being married to the heir to Winterfell gives them legitimacy to their rule at the North.
The last time Sansa and Theon were together was in the beginning of Season 6, after he helps her escape from Ramsey in Winterfell. Ultimately, they're saved by Brienne and Pod, and the latter duo bring Sansa up to Castle Black to reunite with Jon while Theon returns home to the Iron Islands and his sister Yara.
Yes, she was crying! Sansa does not like Littlefinger, but she was not happy about another human being killed. It was a necessary evil! If Littlefinger would have been allowed to live, he would have continued to try to divide and conquer, by spreading his poison.
Arya: Accused Sansa Of Betraying Their Family
Sansa was just a child threatened by the Lannisters when she wrote the letter. But if there was anything the series proved, it was that Sansa was always stronger than she seemed, and she did not fail to defend herself this time.
Littlefinger betrayed her father, holding a knife to his neck, leading to his arrest and beheading. She didnt trust littlefinger then.
Littlefinger tries to pit Sansa against Arya with Brienne (Episode 6) What it tells us: Littlefinger is beginning to show his hand: he wants Arya dead, because she poses a danger to his 'control' over Sansa.
"Yes, I did recognize her—I just didn't say anything or do anything about it."
He confirms the note is the only copy in Winterfell, then hides it in his room. Arya breaks in and steals the note — but Littlefinger is aware of her spying, and has clearly set her up to find it.
Back in season five, “Game of Thrones” became embroiled in controversy when it took an even more significant detour from the books, having Sansa Stark lose her virginity when she is raped by the sadistic Ramsay Bolton on their wedding night.
Sansa Stark's rape by the ever-evil Ramsay Bolton was painful to watch and particularly controversial, with many viewers and critics calling out the show for including a gratuitous, demeaning scene.
Ramsay is killed by Sansa in Season 6, but sadly, Ramsay was a sign of things to come. As soon as he exited the stage, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss brought in another heavy, who is clearly meant to bring the same level of brutality and savagery.