Chicago police are examining an ambush and conceivable rape after a video professing to demonstrate a ruthless assault on a young lady with handicaps became famous online this week.

The video demonstrates a gathering of young ladies swarming and striking the young lady more than once as spectators chuckle. The young lady, who at that point tumbles to the ground, sobs for assistance. The clasp was distributed Monday night by a unidentified Twitter client who professed to be a companion of the person in question. The tweet said that the young lady has a “psychological inability.”

The Twitter client did not quickly react to USA TODAY’s demand for input.

The 15-year-old unfortunate casualty was away for five days before she was accounted for missing by her family on Tuesday, police representative Jose Jara said at a news meeting Wednesday. Jara said she was found by a concerned native and her dad and was “found to be the casualty of some debilitated and appalling violations.”

“Now, it is accepted that the injured individual was welcomed out by certain young ladies who are supposed ‘companions’ who are in the end the guilty parties in these sickening occurrences,” Jara said.

The gathering in the video offered to walk the injured individual to the tram as a ploy to hop her and tape the assault, WLS-TV detailed.

She was taken to a clinic where she was dealt with and discharged, Jara stated, and she demonstrated to criminologists she was explicitly attacked off-camera.

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Police representative Anthony Guglielmi said Tuesday on Twitter that the video “is past aggravating to watch and this young lady merits obviously better.”

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The video has been sent to the Chicago Police Department’s Special Victims Unit for further examination, he said. Guglielmi did not promptly react to a solicitation for input from USA TODAY.

One of the supposed female assailants, an understudy at Phillips Achievement Academy High School, initially distributed the video on Facebook.

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