One day, Mercutio and Romeo were walking down the street in Verona. Tybalt decides to start a fight and kills Mercutio. The next morning, Romeo kills Tybalt because he killed his cousin.
Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare
Juliet gets the news that her cousin Tybalt had been killed by her husband Romeo. Romeo has been banished by the Prince to Mantua. She tells the nurse to go find Romeo and give her a ring to show their connection.
Romeo is told that he has been banished from Verona. He feels that his punishment is worse than death because he won't be able to see Juliet. The Nurse finds Romeo and along with Friar Lawrence, agree that Romeo should spend the night with Juliet and leave for Mantua early the next morning.
Lady Capulet, Capulet, and Paris decide that Juliet's an Paris' wedding will be heard that Thursday. Capulet promises Paris that Juliet will want to marry him after the loss of her cousin Tybalt.
Romeo leaves for Mantua in the early morning. Soon after, Lady Capulet comes to Juliet's bedroom and finds her crying. She assumes that she is crying over the death of her cousin Tybalt. She then tells Juliet that Capulet and she had scheduled a wedding for her that Thursday. When Capulet comes in, she disapproves of the wedding and he threatens to disown her. When they leave, the Nurse suggests that she should marry Paris and she fakely agrees and goes to ask Friar Lawrence for help to get her out of this situation.