16 Year-Old Girl Arrested After Beating Teen Unconscious & Stomping on Her Head in McDonalds (VIDEO)

Earlier this week video was released of teenage girls beating up a 15 year old girl in a Brooklyn McDonald’s.
The girls stomped on the victim while a crowd stood around and cheered.

A 16 year-old girl was taken into custody Friday in connection to the brawl.
ABC 7 reported:

A 16-year-old girl taken into custody in connection with a violent fight caught on camera inside a Flatbush McDonald’s was arraigned Friday, and two others are being questioned.

Aniah Ferguson is charged as an adult with criminal contempt and criminal mischief, and additional charges are expected to be filed. She is being held on $500,000 bail.

Two young girls identified with the help of social media were being questioned by detectives at the 70th precinct late Friday.

Meantime, Atlanta police headed off a third 15-year-old suspect who was attempting to catch a plane to Jamaica.

No charges have yet been filed against the other girls.

Police said Ferguson was the ringleader of the Brooklyn brawl, and it’s not the first time the teen has been in trouble with the law.

Ferguson has 10 prior arrests, including one for an assault as recently as last month. Authorities said she beat up her 64-year-old grandmother, stabbed her brother with a kitchen knife and injured a police officer during an arrest for violating an order of protection.

The cell phone video, posted on YouTube, shows a group of young women attacking a 15-year-old girl while dozens watched. It quickly went viral.

The 16-year-old girl arrested in connection with a vicious brawl allegedly attacked her own grandmother.

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