"I think the reason why it has been that way from the jump is (because) no one really can come for us because we are so opinionated," said Alana, the youngest sister at 25. "I think I know what I don't want to do more than what I do want to do."
"They should've handled it in a way that suited her mental illness," Williams' 19-year-old daughter, Alana, told The Associated Press. "She didn't have to die the way she did, and she shouldn't have had to. There were so many warning signs."