21-year-old woman filmed beating up Ohio teen in vicious attack

The 21-year-old woman filmed beating up an Ohio teen in a vicious attack outside a mall has played down the incident, saying she was just trying to put fear in the heart of the victim, who allegedly stole her car.

Police put out a warrant for the arrest of Cheyenne Fisher, 21, after a video of the Christmas Eve attack was uploaded to Facebook, showing a gang of six women assaulting Cheyanne Willis 19, whose hair was cut, had ‘I got my a– whopped’ written on her forehead in eyeliner and slammed against the hood of a car.

However Fisher has now given an interview saying that Willis ‘charged’ at the group first in the suburban Cincinnati parking lot and that the subsequent fight ‘was what it was’.

Fisher said she had loaned her car to Willis her Chevrolet Impala ‘back and forth from work’, but that Willis had not returned it for a month and was avoiding Fisher’s texts.

‘I didn’t really punch her or anything – I just slapped her up and pretty much put fear in her heart,’ Fisher told  WCPO.

‘We didn’t plan on fighting or anything — we just planned on going, getting my car, and leaving.

‘There’s not really much I can say

‘It was petty, but it happened all fast.

‘I mean, it is what it is.’

No charges have been filed over the attack.

However Fisher and Willis’ ex-boyfriend, Quincy Gardner, 20, have been charged with robbery for allegedly taking Willis’ purse with $50 and her cellphone.

They also ripped up her driver’s license.

Willis can be heard pleading and crying in the video of the incident while others in the group shout angrily.

The attackers signed their names in eyeliner on Willis’ forehead, the video shows.

Willis says she has been left completely traumatised by the attack, which left her with a concussion and bruising.

‘I am scared to leave my house still,’ Willis, who was left with a black eye and multiple concussions, told DailyMail.com on Friday.

‘I still haven’t been to sleep— I hate to fall asleep because I have nightmares.’

On Facebook, Fisher can be seen slamming Willis’ head against a car hood and dragging her around by her hair.

In a later post, Fisher can be heard accusing Willis of ‘stealing her car’ and says she ‘slapped her up’ in retaliation.

Willis says she now jumps ‘at every noise.’

”I wanted to just die,’ she told WCPO.

‘I really wish they would have killed me.

‘I don’t want to be here no more, honestly.’

The incident remains under investigation.

Source: The DailyMail

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