Georgia Woman Beaten to a Pulp for Two Hours After She Sat on Friend’s Whopper Jr. (VIDEO)

Myriah Pointer was beat down by her friends for two hours after she sat on a Whopper Jr.
“It was just a Whopper Jr… It’s was only $1.69!”

On Monday police arrested Chasmyn Donald, 22, and charged her with aggravated battery, false imprisonment and cruelty to children.
KSDK reported:

Atlanta police spokesman Gregory Lyon said Chasmyn Donald, 22, was arrested and charged with aggravated battery, aggravated assault, false imprisonment, and cruelty to children in the third degree. The cruelty to children charge was later dismissed. Bond was set at $13,500 and her next court appearance is scheduled for March 13.

Later Monday night, police said two other suspects, Strickland and Armonni Cofer, turned themselves in. Cofer waived her first appearance in court Tuesday morning. She has a hold placed on her by East Point police.

Myriah Pointer told investigators her best friends turned on her and beat her for nearly two hours after she accidentally sat on one of the girls’ hamburgers.

“She grabbed me off the couch and started hitting me,” said Pointer, 23.

Pointer was still bruised on Thursday, and she said she was still shaken from what happened to her last Saturday night. She says what started as a night of drinking with her two best friends turned into a nightmare.

“They held me down,” she said. “Took turns; stomped my face in – did all kinds of things.”

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Myriah Pointer, 23, says she was brutally attacked for two hours Feb. 21, 2015, by her best friends in an Atlanta apartment after she accidentally sat on one of the women’s Whopper Jr.s. (KSDK)

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