DALLAS, TEXAS — The family of a 26-year-old mother of two who fell to her death is demanding answers from police.
Taylor Gruwell-Miller, who was recovering from a drug addiction, fell to her death from the top of a parking garage in late September of this year.
In trying to understand what happened to Miller, Dallas police released surveillance video from the night she died.
Her father, Rich Gruewell told WFAA-TV that he wants the truth. According to WFAA, Gruewell said, “My daughter didn’t take her own life.”
According to reports, Miller was with a man she met at drug rehab moments before she died.
In the surveillance video, Miller is seen getting in a black car with the man at the parking garage. The pair then drove to the top floor of the garage. Police said that within minutes, she fell to her death and the man returned to the third floor of the garage alone.
WFAA said the man played football in college and was on probation for a drug conviction without divulging his name.
He has refused to meet with detectives but submitted a written statement that police have questioned because it contradicts what is seen in the surveillance video, according to WFAA.
Police appealed to the public for help in identifying two men seen in the surveillance video who may be witnesses.
Miller was divorced. She had a boy, 2, and a girl, 4.
See the video:
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