ALANIS MORISSETTE — “It was a hell of a nightmare,” said Alyssah’s father, Kevin Morissette.
“I’m a little worried, I’m a bit scared, and I know she didn’t want to talk to me.”
Alyssa, 19, who was pregnant at the time of the Sept. 11 attacks, said her father, who lives in Tennessee, drove her to a nearby hospital and gave her a ride home.
She was admitted to the intensive care unit and transferred to a hospice.
She says she was “a mess” and was told she needed a “bigger baby” to give birth to.
“They said, ‘We’re going to have to use a cesarean, but we’re gonna have to do it in our car,'” she said.
“And then they put me on an IV and told me to breathe.
And I started to feel better, but I couldn’t get back to sleep.”
The mother of four said her boyfriend told her, “You’re the one who’s in trouble, so you better get it over with.”
“He said, `She’s not going to do anything stupid, you’re the stupid one,'” Alyssas mother, Erin, told Fox News.
“It’s not fair, and it’s not right.”
The couple had been together since 2014.
She said her dad, who is not related to Kevin, called her on Sept. 12 to say he was going to the hospital for a c-section.
When he arrived, Alysss mother said he asked her if she wanted to get pregnant and that she replied, “No, I don’t want it.”
She said Kevin told her she needed to get her “life together” and said he had to go, but she did not hear him leave.
“My life has been ruined,” she said of her relationship with her father.
“My life is a mess.
I can’t take it anymore.
I have to move out.
I don,t know how I’m going to find a job.”
The family said the hospital’s ER is the only place for Alyssash.
She’s not being allowed to leave the hospital because of her pregnancy.
Alyssanas mother told Fox that her husband has been driving her to the emergency room to get an abortion.
“I don’t even know where she is,” she told Fox.
The Morissettes said Ayson was a “normal teenager” who had no known mental health problems or any history of violence. “
I’m just devastated, I have no clue where she’s at, where she goes.”
The Morissettes said Ayson was a “normal teenager” who had no known mental health problems or any history of violence.
Erin said Ayla’s father was a father figure to her when he was a boy, and they were close friends.
“She was a normal teenager,” Erin said.
“[She] was like a little brother, like a brother to me.
I just want to help her through it.
She is in pain, she has no idea how bad it is.
I’m in pain.”