To Kill a Mockingbird

When Mayella was on the wirness stand what did she say about Atticus? Why is this significant to note when looking at her character?

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She accuses Atticus of tricking her and making fun of her. Mayella had never been addressed with respect, especially by a male authority figure like Atticus. This tells us that she has been isolated and treated like trash by her father Bob Ewell.