Woman says she saw missing daughter assaulted on Facebook Live

Posted March 22, 2017

According to reports police are now trying to track down up to six boys/young men who viciously subjected the 15-year-old girl to the horrendous assault live on Facebook.

Deahvion Austin was initially reported missing by her mother on Monday, a spokesperson for the Chicago Police Department told BuzzFeed News Tuesday.

It is the second time in a less than three months that the department has investigated an apparent attack that was streamed live on Facebook.

The Lane Tech High School freshman, who is also known as Mya, left home going to the store Sunday afternoon.

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CBS 2 no longer is identifying the girl, because police have said she is the victim of a sexual assault, and because she has been found. Police did not immediately have details on the video.

Chicago Police are now searching for five or six men or boys suspected of sexually assaulting the girl after she went missing on Sunday. On it, Elkins believes her daughter was being sexually assaulted.

Only then did police authorities initiate a full-scale investigation and request Facebook to take the video down.

Johnson told a local news station that he found the video disturbing, as well as the fact that so many people witnessed the attack but didn't call 911.

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Johnson said he's also very disturbed that at one point at least 36 people were watching the video live, but no one alerted police.

"She was apparently sitting on a porch, crying", WGN anchor Tonya Francisco reports.

In January, four people were arrested after mobile phone footage showed them allegedly taunting and beating a mentally disabled man. That assault, too, was live-streamed on Facebook, and received widespread media attention.

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