Brutal Beatdown Caught On Video: As Teen Mob Attacks ‘Pregnant’ Mom, Her Toddler Daughter Gets Kicked In The Head.

Trigger warning: this story depicts vivid details of violence that may be upsetting to some readers.

On July 14, 2020, a terrifying tragedy occurred on the streets of Brooklyn, Illinois. A group of four rowdy teens allegedly assaulted a pregnant mother, and the ensuing altercation was recorded on tape.

The mother was standing outside a residence in Brooklyn with her small child, who is thought to be her daughter, when three other female teens engaged in an angry altercation with her.

The assailants mercilessly beat up the pregnant mother, yanked her hair, and assaulted her till she was thrown to the ground while the small daughter wailed pathetically in the background.

There was also a scene in the video where the small daughter was screaming and holding to the mother who was being abused. The young girl abruptly steps away from the mother, and the distressing film shows another male youngster leaping at her and kicking the vulnerable child.

Nobody goes to aid the mom or the small kid who is weeping on the ground as the adolescent assailants continue to beat her up.

The video below depicts the savage attack, and watching it might be upsetting. Nevertheless, it is essential to raise consciousness about the rising levels of bullying and violence so that innocent individuals can feel secure and safeguarded by the laws of the nation. Humans’ mental health and underlying difficulties must be addressed. While many are outraged by the video, the mother of the man featured in the video seems prejudiced and in disbelief.

The mother of the youngster who kicked the small girl and then stomped the woman being abused didn’t say anything about why her son got involved in the altercation in the first place. However, she went on Facebook to justify her son’s behavior, claiming that he was “not that kind.” 

Watch your mouth that’s son… He didn’t try 2 kick that baby, he tried 2 jump over the baby onto her and made a mistake…as y’all can see the baby ran from under the girl fighting while he was coming down. My kid is not that type 2 kicking a baby…accidents happen,” the mother said. 

Furthermore, it was stated that Brooklyn reacted to the “distress” that included adults and youngsters during the altercation at the Thomas Terrance Apartments.

The woman who was assaulted was also said to have had a slight head injury. The cops were able to talk with her and even identify her assailants. But, because the accusations are still ongoing, their names and identities were not published. The investigation into the unsettling occurrence is still ongoing, and the case will be forwarded to the St. Clair County State’s Attorney’s Office.

Many viewers were stunned to watch the footage of the fight and couldn’t conceive of any justification why a mother and a little daughter would be assaulted in this manner.

“Unbelievable this made me so mad. Who raise these kids?? Nobody looked out for the baby not even the boy who accidentally kicked her. Never think you hard when u fighting someone with a child around,” wrote Ava Monroe on Twitter.

Another Twitter user, MAYE commented and said, “They dont condemn themselves if they attack their own. The mother of that guy who kicked the toddler defended (yes defended) her son that he was not aiming at the girl. She claims it as accident. Huh? Not apologetic, not sorry.”

Individuals were horrified to see that even the tiny kid was left on the ground after being kicked.

gemstone wrote, “the way the baby was hanging on her mom’s leg and then he kicked the baby… this is against the code y’all don’t jump and y’all don’t fight in front of kids,” while MarchelineBabsᴹᵃᶦⁿᵉ said, “Horrrible video, I couldnt believe what i was seeing, even the little girl wasnt spared.”

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