A viral video showing the vicious beating of a 19 year old has captured headlines for its brutality, but one of the brazen assailants isn’t satisfied with her 15 minutes of fame.
Cheyanne Fisher, 21, who released the video on social media to brag about her violent behavior, invited the news cameras to interview her, saying that the victim, 19-year-old Cheyanne Willis, stole her car and the brutal beating was what she deserved.
Defense lawyers all over Ohio are hoping this woman doesn’t knock on their door.
The video, posted on Christmas Eve, showed six women brutalizing Willis by slamming her head into a car, cutting her hair and writing, “I got my a—whooped,” in eyeliner on her forehead, with all the women signing their names, according to WCPO.
Fisher claimed the beating came after Willis stole her car and challenged the women to a fight.
She said Willis was avoiding her texts and wouldn’t return the car she loaned her to go to and from work.
“We didn’t plan on fighting or anything. We just planned on going, getting my car and leaving,” Fisher told local TV station, WCPO. “It was petty, but it happened all fast. I mean, it is what it is.”
Willis said she was set up by her ex-boyfriend, Quincy Gardner, 20, who drove her to the fight.
The beating left Willis traumatized and bruised with multiple concussions.
“I still haven’t been to sleep. I hate to fall asleep because I have nightmares,” she told WCPO.
The battered girl said she would have preferred death.
“’I wanted to just die, I really wish they would have killed me,” she said. “I don’t want to be here no more, honestly.”
Fisher and Gardner have been charged with robbery for stealing Willis’ purse containing $50 and a cellphone, WCPO reported.
According to WCPO Fisher said she plans on turning herself in.
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