"He has said several times that he spent so much money there and on me, and he doesn't deserve to be treated this way (not talking to him)," Alissa wrote in her complaint.Blanton and her husband were returning to work from lunch yesterday when Troy confronted them in the parking lot of the AT&T call center. After shooting Blanton to death, Troy turned the gun on himself. Both died on the scene.
"After this incident he stopped sitting in my section, and the e-mails started about how terrible I am and all about an ex-boyfriend I was dating. I moved to Orlando to be closer to new job and he began showing up there and e-mailing about seeing me. I reported it. Then got married and moved back to Brevard County and letters are coming and stalking here also."
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