The alleged assault incident that occurred on March 11, 2023, at a home in Tewantin, near Noosa Heads in Queensland, has been the talk of the town since it caught the attention of millions of people in the city.
The 13-year-old victim was allegedly tortured by three teenage girls for several hours, and the assault was filmed on their phones and later posted on social media, where it went viral worldwide.
Tewantin Girl Speaks After Torture
The sister of the victim has now confirmed that her sibling is recovering well after the ordeal. Despite being punched, kicked, and stabbed with scissors, the victim is said to be strong and on the road to recovery.
Her sister said, “We are all just giving her love and just trying to build her back up. She is doing really well. Everybody is supporting her. She is a very strong girl.”
The footage of the incident shows the victim standing in the corner of a room wearing a bra and shorts. She can be seen being punched and stabbed, and her body covered in bruises and cuts as she tries to defend herself. The girl was invited to the house before the ordeal, according to police reports.
Three teenage girls, aged 12 to 14, have been charged for the alleged assault. The charges include assault occasioning bodily harm, deprivation of liberty, and armed robbery.
The family of the victim is still in shock over the incident, and the case has sparked concern about the direction that youth culture is heading towards.
The assault on a 13-year-old girl in Tewantin, Queensland, has shaken the community, with millions of people discussing the incident on social media. After the ordeal, the victim’s sister has confirmed that her sibling is recovering well. However, the incident has raised concerns about youth culture, and it is hoped that justice will be served.