A mother who had to work in a mall for four years after her daughter’s death said the mall is not safe and her daughter was never a target of bullies.
“I can’t say I was completely out of control, but I did get a little nervous,” said Mary Jo Miller, a former mall employee.
“When I had a really bad day, I would go in the mall and be really, really quiet and I wouldn’t have to worry about people seeing my body or my legs, or anything.
But I just never felt safe.
And that’s what I feel every day, that I’m never safe at my job.”
Miller’s daughter, Amanda, was 17 at the time of her death in January of 2015.
She was shot in the head by a stranger who walked up to her, pulled her in, and shot her in the chest.
Miller, who lives in New York City, was a former employee of the mall, and her estranged husband, Paul, was also a former store employee.
She said she was not a target in the shooting because the mall does not allow employees to wear face masks or wear hats.
The couple is now divorced.
“You know, it was never really a real big deal,” Miller said.
“They were just shooting at me.”
Miller said she has spoken to the mall manager who had been responsible for her job since it was established in 2005.
The manager did not return requests for comment.
“He’s been really great about keeping his job, but he’s been in the closet for the last four years and I can’t tell you how much I hate him,” Miller told ABC News.
Miller said the manager also does not give her a phone number or email address.
Miller told her mother that she was worried she was being stalked by the mall’s security guards, and she wanted to know why she was never told.
“That’s the part that I want to know, because I’m a mother of two and I’m always worried about what I’m going to be able to do,” Miller recalled.
“So I’m really trying to figure out why I’m not able to work here.”
Miller, an attorney, said her son had been bullied at school for being gay and for speaking out about being transgender.
“We never talked about it.
We just didn’t talk about it,” Miller added.
“My son would go into the bathroom, and he would say, ‘I’m not a boy, I’m just a girl.'”
Miller said her daughter would have gone into the restroom with a male friend and they would laugh and joke about the situation.
“There’s nothing wrong with being a boy and being transgender,” Miller’s son told ABC.
“It’s just not something that you should be ashamed of.”
Miller told the ABC News show “Nightline” that she has worked in the store for more than 30 years, and that she will be retiring in six months.
“If I could do it all over again, I probably would’ve gotten fired from the store a long time ago,” Miller, 60, said.
Miller’s ex-husband, Paul Miller, has not returned requests for interview requests.
Miller has spoken out against the mall in the past, saying that the store is unsafe and that the safety measures are not being implemented.
The mall, however, is located in a rural area of Oregon.
“The mall is a great place to work.
It has great facilities, good amenities, good food and drink,” Miller explained.
“But there is no place to hide and no place for that to go.”
Miller is the co-founder of the Transgender Law Center, a non-profit that helps transgender individuals with their legal and financial needs.
The center is based in Portland, Oregon, and is staffed by lawyers and legal experts.
The group was formed after a transgender woman filed a lawsuit against the city of Portland, claiming that she had been fired for refusing to use a women’s restroom.
Miller and her co-author, David Collins, said the case could have been settled by the time it reached the court.
“This case has been going on for so long and there are so many factors, and I think that it was a perfect storm of people coming together and doing it,” Collins said.
According to ABC News, Miller has filed a discrimination lawsuit against two mall employees who she said bullied her daughter and threatened her when she was pregnant with their child.
The lawsuit seeks unspecified damages.
Miller also filed a federal lawsuit against a store manager who allegedly had her fired for wearing a bra at work, the same store where her daughter died.
“She was a wonderful person, but she was fired because she wore a bra.
She is not a protected class,” Miller wrote in her lawsuit.
“All the other women in the company wear bras.
If a woman wearing a breast pump in the women’s locker room at a mall had her job terminated, I’d have a