Scarlet Valentine is a slim woman with long dark hair she keeps tied into a ponytail with several rings. She wears a dark bodysuit partially quilted on the legs and bearing several crown symbols on the arms. Over that bodysuit, Scarlet wears a short sleeveless dress with a multi-layered heart motif on the chest.
Scarlet is a strong and ambitious woman. She is not shy at all and often takes the initiative. She has no trouble talking about her husband even when she is seducing a woman. Scarlet follows her impulses when in a relationship. She is bisexual, as she shows affection towards her husband, but also desires intimate contact with women. One of her fetishes seems to be facesitting.
Scarlet's personality also has a violent side. As soon as she discovers Lucy Steel trying to infiltrate her husband's bedroom, Scarlet draws a gun without hesitation and tries to kill her, insulting her profusely as she shoots the girl. Moreover, Scarlet seems to become sadistic when pushed, as she declares that she will have Lucy tortured for daring to use her, and also stirs a nail driven in Lucy's leg to make her suffer.
Fifteen years prior to the story, Scarlet met Funny Valentine at a house party in her hometown. The two danced together, which is when she discovered he could walk without making footsteps and play Mozart on mandolin with his feet. Coupled with this, she fell in love with his sharp, but warm-hearted personality.
Steel Ball Run
Scarlet finds her husband in Chicago. While walking in a park, Scarlet sees Lucy Steel, Steven Steel's wife. Lucy is reading "The Sign of Four", the newest installment in the Sherlock Holmes series. Scarlet has just read it and is still enthusiastic about it. Lucy accidentally falls on Scarlet and sneakily pinches her nipples and then licks her neck. Scarlet takes the hint. Believing that Lucy shares her taste for women, Scarlet decides to bring her to the Presidential residence in Chicago so that they get to better know each other.
In the presidential compound, Scarlet has tea with Lucy and explains to Lucy her past with her husband Funny Valentine. However, Scarlet changes subject towards the attractive Lucy. Growing bolder, Scarlet asks Lucy to shout her name and sit on her face, but suddenly falls asleep. In truth, Lucy has tricked Scarlet and put a sleeping agent in her tea. Scarlet wakes up and looks for Lucy, only to find her in the Presidential bedroom. Realizing she is an enemy of the State, Scarlet draws a gun and shoots Lucy, who tackles the First Lady into the bathroom. Scarlet manages to pin Lucy as the guard dogs approach and wiggles one of the nails Tubular Bells has created in Lucy's leg to make her suffer. Scarlet expects the other balloon dogs to attack Lucy and finish her off, but Lucy then sheds her fake skin, misleading the dogs into attacking Scarlet. The nails impale Scarlet in the head, killing her.
Scarlet is subsequently disguised as Lucy and thrown in the Fox River by Hot Pants in a ploy to allow Lucy to pose as the First Lady.
In the light novel JORGE JOESTAR, an original universe version of Scarlet Valentine appears. The universe of Steel Ball Run is considered the second universe in the novel. Scarlet appears similarly to her second universe counterpart and is still the wife of Funny Valentine.
After performing a verification check, Scarlet informs Funny that the underground facility beneath the Trinity Church in their universe has been long since empty, with no signs of the Saint's Corpse. The doors that can only be opened from the inside were standing open, with no signs of tampering.
After their call, time starts accelerating from Made in Heaven Ultimate Requiem while Funny is on the island of Great Britain. As Scarlet is not affected in America, from her perspective it appeared as if Great Britain suddenly vanished and reappeared. When The Funniest Valentine calls her again, Scarlet panics, asking what is going on in the island. She asks a flurry of detailed questions which The Funniest answers before hanging up.