There’s a Devil Loose: 17-Year-Old Girl in Clifton, Texas, is Lured to Park by Her Best Friend Who Brutally Beat Her While Another Girl Filmed Attack and Posted It on Snapchat, Leaving Victim Hospitalized with Concussion and Multiple Cuts to Her Face

Maya Tremillo, 17, was lured to a local park in Clifton, Texas, by her best friend, where she was beaten up while being recorded on Snapchat

A teenage girl was filmed being viciously beaten by two other girls – one of them her best friend – after her supposed pal lured to a Texas park late at night, according to police and the shocking video.

Maya Tremillo, 17, suffered a concussion, several cuts to her face and a sprained ankle after the shocking beating at Clifton City Park on April 18 by Savannah Walker, 17, and 17-year-old Ahliah Vestal, the Clifton Police Department said.

The two girls were charged with aggravated assault.

A third unidentified suspect, who filmed the beatdown and posted it to Snapchat, was also taken into custody and charges are pending.

Savannah Walker (left), 17, and Ahliah Vestal (right), 17 – Maya’s best friend – were charged with aggravated assault
Maya Tremillo (center) is pictured in back seat having good time with Savannah Walker (right) and Ahliah Vestal (left) in undated photo

The girls attend the same high school in Clifton, about 35 miles northwest of Waco, and Maya was attacked by the other teens because of a spat over a boy, her distraught mother said.

On the day of the fight, Tremillo was told by Vestal – her best friend – to bring back some shoes she had previously borrowed, which the victim reportedly thought was an odd request, according to her mother.

But when Tremillo made it to the park and approached Vestal’s car, she was attacked by Walker, who was coming out of the vehicle, local authorities confirmed.

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SOURCE: Daily Mail, Alastair Talbot

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