By the time Angie had finished her meal, she was in tears, and had a hard time finding words to describe how much she felt she had been treated unfairly.
“I’ve been so blessed.
I have the most beautiful wife,” she said.
Angie’s family had been trying to get the restaurant to accept her in a bid to make her an offer they would have been willing to accept.
But that effort had been scuttled by the judge who had ruled that the restaurant could not offer Angie a contract that would make her financially dependent on the restaurant, as they had offered her.
Now that Angie was free, Angie said she was finally able to move forward with her life and move on with her dream of owning a restaurant.
While Angie is happy with the decision, she said it was still bittersweet.
The ruling means that Angies family will no longer be able to offer Angies seafood at the restaurant.
But Angie says it will mean she will be able make her dream a reality.
She said the judge’s ruling is a big blow to her.
“I am going to do whatever I have to do to get Angie to eat her own food,” she told ABC7.
Read moreAngie told ABC 7 that she hopes that the ruling will help other women who are facing discrimination or discrimination-related issues.
“That’s a really important part of my life.
I am so lucky that I have a family to support me, and my wife is my main breadwinner,” she added.
In a statement, Angies lawyers said that they have been preparing for the ruling.
They said Angie wants to continue to live in her current home, and will appeal the judge to keep her home as she wishes.
However, they said they are also committed to working to create a culture that will protect and support women, especially women of color.