Sadie Rodriguez, the mother of 16-year-old junior Shana Fisher told the Los Angeles Times her daughter “had four months of problems” with the twisted killer.
“He kept making advances and she repeatedly told him no,” the mom wrote in a Facebook message to the paper.
Finally, the girl had enough and stood up to Pagourtzis, 17, in front of their class.
“A week later he opens fire on everyone he didn’t like,” Rodriguez said. “Shana being the first one.”
Rodriguez didn’t say how she knew her daughter was the first victim and couldn’t be reached independently by The Post Sunday morning.
“My daughter was the most sweet and shy young lady,” the distraught mom wrote in a Facebook post Saturday. “My heart is being ripped out. My baby is gone. I can’t even go into her room.”
“How do you continue to shoot, after seeing one die before your eyes?
His mental state was all kinds of f—ked,’ she wrote about the killer.
Pagourtzis taunted his classmates at Santa Fe High School as he opened fire on them, war-whooping “Woo-hoo” and chillingly singing “Another one bites the dust!” as he gunned down 10 people and injured 13 others.