_Victim Of Brooklyn McDonald's Fight Brags About Newfound Fame Online

Ariana Taylor, the victim of being jumped by a group of women at a Brooklyn McDonald’s is now bragging about her newfound fame online. Footage of the fight was caught on video and it quickly went viral. Check out the photos in the gallery, a video of the brutal fight and read more on the story after the jump!

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Taylor talked about her newfound fame online with supporters and people who felt sorry for her by leaving messages on her Facebook page. “Everyone Like Im Famous Now,” is what 15-year-old Ariana Taylor, ninth-grader at Erasmus High School, posted on her Facebook page a day after the video of her being jumped at the Flatbush Ave. McDonalds.

Taylor took the time to talk about her grandmother’s description of her injuries online by saying, “What two black eyes I have the newspaper is a liar and my grandma never talked to these people.” Her grandmother told the news that she “can’t sleep because she got kicked to the body” and an NYPD source said she suffered two black eyes and multiple bruises. Taylor was jumped while many kids and at least two adults watched and did not attempt to help her.

The “ringleader” of the girls who jumped Taylor is a 16-year-old with a very lengthy arrest record. She was arrested and charged with gang assault and robbery for stealing Taylor’s purse and phone. Police are still looking for the other women who helped jump Taylor. A woman named Lana Thomas wrote on her page and said, “I just don’t understand why no one helped.” A lot of people who are posting messages on Taylor’s page gave her props for standing up for herself. Someone named Marshonna Espinosa posted on Taylor’s page and said, “So sad this little girl think she’s famous for getting publicly humiliated,” she wrote. “No, you’re not famous, people felt bad for you.”

Check out the photos in the gallery of Ariana Taylor and the video of the horrible fight below!