"And police said, 'We are going to watch her, ' but they didn't watch her", she told CNN's Miguel Marquez outside the family home Wednesday in Menifee, California.
How did the girl who grew up in Iran worshipping every insect become the woman who indiscriminately shot into a crowd of terrified YouTube employees who had been enjoying lunch on a sunny Silicon Valley patio?
"She stated she had come to the area to stay with family, and while she was now living out of her vehicle, she was in the process of looking for a job", the statement read.
Nasim Najafi Aghdam was upset with some of YouTube's policies, according to San Bruno police Chief Ed Barberini, motivating her to shoot and wound three people before killing herself. "She was a nice person, until today".
For almost eight hours Wednesday, ATF agents searched Aghdam's family Menifee home and the home in San Diego where Aghdam lived with her 90-year-old grandma. Nasim was born in 1979 during the Iranian Revolution when women's rights were severely restricted, forbidding women to show any skin but their face and hands.
A YouTube account in the name of Nasime Sabz was deleted yesterday evening.
There was a time several years ago, however, when she seemed to be enjoying the fruits of her free speech. "And she had a problem with Youtube", her brother said. She featured everything from graphic images of dogs being skinned to vegan cooking tutorials.
While YouTube is reviewing the incident in detail to increase its security around the world, it is uncertain if Google will be taking the same approach across all of its subsidiaries.
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But her brother said he expressed additional concern upon learning she was discovered by police so close to the YouTube campus.
"She was angry", Ismail Aghdam of Riverside County told the Bay Area News, because the company had been censoring her content and stopped paying her. She did not give her last name.
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Investigators will likely scrutinize Aghdam's movements during the almost nine-hour drive from her family's home near San Diego to the YouTube campus, examine the freakish videos she posted online and look for any messages she may have sent to company officials. Another party said they spotted someone with a gun.
The woman, who was 39 years old, is believed to have carried out the attack because of a domestic dispute, officials said. "They fought a lot", he said.
Barberini said there is no indication to suggest that Aghdam had any personal relationship with any of the victims. "It was like she was staring me down".
According to state records, she had once established a charity called Peace Thunder Inc.to "educate people about animal cruelty, environmental pollution" and other causes. She got upset when the two teens rode their skateboards through the complex.
Investigators declined to say why they were there.
The brother of the YouTube shooter told police that his sister had a vendetta against YouTube and his family was concerned "she may do something".
One post on the site claims, "Youtube filtered my channels to keep them from getting views!"
Police in Northern California defended on Wednesday their decision not to detain the woman who later opened fire at YouTube's offices after they found her sleeping in her vehicle hours before the shooting, saying she gave them no cause for concern. She shot three people (two women and one man), who were hospitalized along with an unidentified fourth person.
It's still unclear why she turned the gun on herself and whether she could have continued firing.
"There are no words to describe how disgusting it was to have an active shooter today", YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki tweeted on Tuesday.
Agdham was also a animal rights activist, and told the Union Tribune: "For me, animal rights equal human rights". He handed out copies of a typed, one-page statement.
The shooter's family later distributed a statement outside the home saying it was "in absolute shock and can't make sense of what has happened".