At Santa Fe High School in Texas last Friday, a 17-year-old student named Dimitrios Pagourtzis brought a shotgun and a handgun into his art lesson, opened fire, and ended up killing ten people and injuring another thirteen in what is being called the deadliest school shooting since the one in Florida [VIDEO] (which was only in February, by the way).

Now, the mother of one of the students who was killed is saying that her daughter, Shana Fisher, turned down the shooter’s romantic advances, which could have been one of the thirteen or so reasons why he decided to bring a gun into school and start shooting people. The way the girl’s mother Sadie Rodriguez explains it, her daughter “finally stood up” to Pagourtzis to tell him that he didn’t have a chance and get him to stop hitting on her, which “embarrassed him,” and then within the next few days, “he opens fire on everyone he didn’t like.”

Is there a correlation?

Is there a correlation between Shana Fisher turning down Pagourtzis’ advances and him coming into school and shooting the place up? Possibly.

The shooter’s family themselves are just as desperate to find out why he did than anyone else. They said in a statement that they “shared the public’s hunger for answers as to why this happened.”