Rodriguez and her daughters arrived early to get their seats at United Artist on Saturday to watch Inside Out.
"This lady came in right before the movie started and immediately asked her to move. I quickly said that she had special needs," said Rodriguez.
She adds that the woman continues to ask the daughter to move.
"I told her I'm not going to move my daughter. We came here early just to get her settled," said Rodriguez.
Rodriguez claims her daughter was not being disruptive, but the woman complaining left to grab a security guard. Minutes later, Rodriguez says the guard asked the child to move.
Although Rodriguez and her daughters finished the movie, she says she wasn't able to enjoy it because she felt her daughter was mistreated.
"I was so distraught. I have never experienced that ever, anywhere. Just because you can't see the physical disability in my daughter doesn't make it right," said Rodriguez.
At 10 months, 6-year-old Lilith had a skull fracture and suffered Shaken Baby Syndrome. Her mother says she has the mentality of a 3-year-old. Some might think a public setting is not place for children like Lilith, but doctors disagree.