Asked if she held the restaurant culpable, she replied: “No. At the end of the day, they can't do anything for me. I can't do anything for them. There's absolutely nothing that can be done. I don't really dwell on the past. What can I do? What can they do?” Claiming that she did not know the name of the eatery she added: “Honestly, I don't know the name. I can tell you, I've never been like that. I've never been like a greedy person. I've been sued before. It was a terrible feeling. I would never want to put anyone through that. It was what it was.” She previously admitted to suffering from depression and says she draws her strength to cope from God: “You know, I really was really trying to draw spiritually on my God Jehovah who I've really been trying to get a closer relationship to. I've been doing so much just to try to appreciate every moment. When things happen, you appreciate people that are around you or people that may not be around you. It's eye opening as well as it makes you really tough, I think.” We cosign.