In video from the incident obtained by WISN, mall security guards can be heard telling Stitts to roll over so they can handcuff her. Police arrived to the scene and asked that mall security take the handcuffs off Stitts and her daughter.
Stitts said at a news conference that the incident almost made her go into early labor. She was taken to an area hospital and found she and the unborn baby were not injured, WISN reported.
"I just hope the security get fired, you know? I hope they lose they jobs for what they done to me cause I didn't deserve that at all," Stitts told WISN.
Mall security declined to comment on the incident, but police said they are gathering evidence that will be handed over to the district attorney's office, WISN reported.