McDonald's Beating Filmed:

McDonald’s Beating Filmed:

Caught on Video- Teen Girl Jumped and Beaten at McDonald’s

Last Monday, a 15-year-old girl who attends Erasmus Hall High School in Brooklyn, suffered a severe beating at a nearby McDonald’s, and it was caught on video according to The New York Daily News.

After school last Monday, four teenage girls jumped and brutally beat another teenage girl while witnesses stood by and watched, while some even cheered. None of the witnesses in that Brooklyn McDonald’s bothered to call the police or step in to break it up, however a worker at the fast food restaurant did. The video shows the victim making the first aggressive move towards one of the girls, throwing a punch at her. After throwing the first punch the girl gets swarmed by three other girls who proceed to beat her down, literally. The victim is punched, kicked, and even has her hair extensions ripped out before falling to the ground. Once down, the others continue to kick her, with one girl stomping on her head before the fight is over. The victim was left cowering under a table. At the end of the video a witness is heard saying “you murdered her” to the other girls.

The 15-year-old victim was taken to SUNY Downstate Medical Center where she has suffered multiple bruises and two black eyes. The girl has refused to name any names as far as her attackers go. Police have said that some of the girls involved in the fight are part of a local gang called the Young Savages.

One of the main protagonists in the fight is left stripped to her bra, while the girl being picked on is so weak at the end that she collapses on a bench

One of the main protagonists in the fight is left stripped to her bra, while the girl being picked on is so weak at the end that she collapses on a bench

The victim is afraid of some sort of retaliation from the group. Leaders in the Brooklyn community are urging the victim to step forward and point out her attackers so that they can be brought to justice.

Taylor took to her Facebook page to assure her friends that she is not only okay.

Her post, “Everybody Like Im Famous Now,” appears to have been deleted from her Facebook page, which has been inundated with comments mostly from well-wishers. But she also posted a message claiming that her injuries were not as severe as had been reported.

Many of the comments on the McDonald’s attack victim’s Facebook page were not celebrating Taylor’s fame as she apparently was, however.

“It’s good to know your safe but all this attention not kool now you got people thinking your the blame smh just fall back in getting jump don’t make you famous it makes you the victim,” wrote one.

“Enough with your pride do whats right and seek justice!!” wrote another commenter. “Press charges so it doesn’t have to happen to someone else those girls jumped you it’s ok if you have bruises that’s normal your pride isn’t going to get you anywhere you need to seek justice.”

Police spoke to the victim’s mother but she refuses to help investigators in the case as well.

McDonald’s fight video