Chapter 29 Joshua, You Are Really Mean
Anaya‘s expression turned cold because she felt offended. “You broke it. Why do you want me to compensate you?”
Mia was self–confident. “If you hadn‘t hit me, would the thing be broken?”
Anava looked straight at her coldly. There was no fear in her eyes. “You broke the crystal ball because you weren‘t
looking at the road.”
“Nonsense! You hit me! Why don‘t you ask other people and hear their opinions?”
As soon as Mia said that, the onlookers looked away, and no one was nosy.
Mia was notoriously arrogant and unreasonable.
Her brother Bryant was ruthless. If one was targeted by Mia, he would definitely suffer.
Noticing that no one dared to interfere, Mia snorted and said arrogantly, “Look, everyone has tacitly agreed that you broke my thing!”
“I saw that you hit her.”
The man‘s voice was cold as he said slowly.
Anaya looked at Hearst in surprise.
Mia might be angry with Hearst.
Anaya and Hearst had only seen each other a few times, but he was actually defending her.
Mia did not expect that someone would dare to embarrass her, and she looked displeased. “Who are you? How dare you slander me like this! Do you believe I will get someone to drive you out?”
Hearst‘s gaze fell on Mia. Mia‘s eyes were emotionless, but she looked imposing and oppressive. “Try it.”
Mia was startled and didn‘t dare to refute.
Mia‘s father finally noticed the situation and rushed over.
He heard what Mia said to Hearst from afar, and his hands trembled slightly.
“Dad, they caused trouble at my birthday party. You have to help me!” Mia said confidently when she saw him.
She recounted what had just happened in detail.
Alfred doted on his daughter, but today, he was unusually serious. He scolded her with a straight face, “I saw it over there. You were rude. Hurry up and apologize to Ms. Dutt!”
Anaya was a little surprised.
Anaya didn‘t expect Mia‘s father to be so polite and sensible since Mia was unreasonable,
Mia said grudgingly, “Dad! Why are you siding with an outsider today? I am your daughter! I can‘t believe you are scolding me for someone irrelevant!”
Alfred lowered his voice and roared,