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Barra lives with Mhaegen in one of his brothels. Her name may be a reference to her father's noble House, Baratheon. Lord Baelish brings Eddard Stark to see Mhaegen at his brothel. She tells him that Barra is Robert Baratheon's daughter, one of his many bastards. During a purge of the late King Robert's bastard children carried out by the Gold Cloaks , the brothel is stormed and both Mhaegen and Barra are brought outside.
Lord Janos Slynt orders Barra killed, but his men cannot go through with it, prompting Slynt to kill Barra himself before the eyes of her mother and several prostitutes, including Ros. When Ros tells Littlefinger she is upset for Barra's death, he reacts very indifferently and insensitively, commenting that was "poorly handled".
When news of Barra's death as well as her killer's other actions reaches the acting Hand of the King , Tyrion Lannister , he has Janos exiled to the Wall. Barra and all her other half-siblings that were killed are eventually given a small justice when Janos Slynt is beheaded by Lord Commander Jon Snow.
Her mother is 15 years old and her name is never mentioned. When Eddard Stark sees Barra, he thinks of how much she resembles her half-sister Mya Stone, the eldest of Robert's bastards whom Robert fathered at a young age when he and Eddard were fostered by Jon Arryn at the Eyrie.
Mya wasn't included in the TV series. The brothel where Barra lives is not owned by Littlefinger but by Chataya, a tall and elegant black-skinned woman from the Summer Islands. Following the bloody brawl with Jaime, Cersei accuses Eddard of being drunk after a night of debauchery in the brothel. Eddard tells Robert he had only gone there to see the newborn, Barra. Robert is quite embarrassed to hear that. However, by telling Robert why he was at the brothel, Ned also made Cersei aware of the newborn's existence though Cersei could also have been informed about Barra from her spies, so it is uncertain if Ned indirectly caused the newborn's death.