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Father-in-law calls Mica Miller a ‘very, very sick woman’: report

Father of pastor found fatally shot in North Carolina state park says she was already a ‘very, very sick woman’ as he defends his son over allegations he drove her to suicide, according to a new report.

Reginald Miller, 75, said his son, John-Paul Miller, 44, had nothing to do with the death of his stepdaughter, Mica Miller, 30, who died in Lumber State Park River on April 27.

The sheriff’s office said she died from a gunshot wound to the head after apparently crying for several minutes.

Although Mica’s family claims that she was driven to suicide by John-Paul, from whom she had filed for divorce, Miller claimed that she already suffered from mental illness and had previously tried to suicide once, reports the Daily Mail.

Mica Miller served divorce papers on her pastor husband, John-Paul Miller, just days before shooting herself. Burroughs Funeral Home
Mica Miller died at Lumber River State Park on April 27. Mica Miller / Facebook

“Mica was a very, very ill young woman,” he said in a statement to the Mail.

“All were concealed to protect his memory.”

“‘I have a video of Mica… where she talks about last year how she picked up a gun to kill herself, pulled the trigger and the bullet stuck in the gun,'” he said. -he assures.

Miller, who has had his own run-ins with the law for fraud and public lewdness, also claimed that just two weeks after she married John-Paul, her son had to stop her when she suddenly started “shooting the gun.” neighborhood “.

“She spent the first three weeks in a mental institution, and every time since,” he says. “Her family refused to believe how sick she was. »

Mica had previously attempted suicide and fired a gun in the neighborhood before John-Paul could stop him, according to the pastor’s father. Jean-Paul Miller

Miller also refuted the Robeson County Sheriff’s Department’s assessment that John-Paul, the pastor of Solid Rock Church, was with another woman with whom he was in a “romantic” relationship at the time of the death. of Mica.

Miller’s defense of his son comes a day after Mica’s sister, Sierra Francis, accused the pastor of abusing his wife and sending her and her family threatening messages.

“The proof is in the abuse,” Francis wrote on TikTok. “Police reports were filed when JP threatened his life, we did a health check. That’s when he got angry. Police said: “When they arrived to conduct a health check, he was loading mica cases into his truck. he said he was not suicidal. #justiceformica.

Mica was seen on surveillance footage purchasing a gun before her death. Robeson County Sheriff’s Office

Screenshots shared by Francis showed messages the pastor allegedly sent to his wife, who had saved it as “Honey Baby” in her phone.

“My blood is on you and my children will know it. All you had to do was come home to me. But you don’t even care that much about me,” John-Paul reportedly wrote.

A few days after she served John-Paul with divorce papers, a fisherman discovered Mica’s belongings along the river in Lumber River State Park.

Jean-Paul delivered a controversial eulogy for his wife. Solid Rock / YouTube

The Robeson County Medical Examiner ruled Mica’s death a suicide by gunshot to the head.

Before her death, she allegedly told her sister that if she was ever found dead the same way she was found in the park, her husband was responsible, according to an affidavit filed by her younger sister Sierra Francis in court Horry County Estates.

Since her death, the Robeson County Sheriff’s Office has asked the FBI and the U.S. Attorney’s Office to help investigate Mica’s suicide.

If you are having suicidal thoughts or experiencing a mental health crisis and live in New York City, you can call 1-888-NYC-WELL for free, confidential crisis counseling. If you live outside the five boroughs, you can call the 24/7 National Suicide Prevention Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or go to SuicidePreventionLifeline.org.

New York Post

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