Teen Charged With Assault For McDonald’s Drive-Thru Window Attack (VIDEO)
A 16-year-old girl who works at a McDonald’s in LaPlace, Louisiana was violently beaten last week when another teen pulled her through the fast-food restaurant’s drive-thru window. Now the assailant, 17-year-old Kailin Holland, has been arrested and charged with felony battery. The video below of the attack is terribly disturbing.
Apparently, Holland and the 16-year-old McDonald’s employee have had an “ongoing dispute,” say the police, though obviously it does not warrant the action that was taken. In the video, Holland drives up to the drive-thru, opens the car door, and starts yelling at the other teen. Holland stands up in the driver’s seat to get higher before pulling the McDonald’s teen by the hair through the drive-thru window. The young fast-food joint worker crashes down onto the driver’s seat window and then the ground between the restaurant and the car.
There, Holland’s three passengers get in on the attack, including an unnamed 16-year-old and 18-year-old Sierra Gregoire, who were given summonses for simple battery. Bradnika Gregoire, who presumably filmed the beating, was also given a summon for disturbing the peace.
Holland and the three other women then fled the scene by car, but information from the victim, as well as other witnesses and surveillance video helped the cops bust the attackers.
Watch the video below, and share your thoughts. Warning: It’s extremely violent.