Shocking footage shows a teenage girl screaming as her head is stamped on during a traumatising school attack.
The 13-year-old victim has been left too scared to return after the horrifying incident, which happened at a school in Melbourne, Australia.
A clip of the violence, showing the girl being punched, kicked and pushed to the floor, has been widely shared on social media.
Now the teen’s dad says she is too scared to return to St Francis Xavier College in Melbourne, Australia, for fear she will be targeted again.
Teachers were seen trying to break up the fracas in the harrowing video.
The girl’s dad wrote in a heartbreaking Facebook post: “These girls are at school and my daughter is at home scared to go to school, she is getting calls to be beaten again.”
And he told the Cranbourne Leader: “My daughter is too scared to go back to school now and she has been getting threats from the girls that they will go after her again.
“A lot of her hair was pulled out, she had severe bruising, a concussion and she’s just not coping.”
Police are investigating, but no arrests have been made, Daily Mail Australia reports.
A statement from the school, which was shared on Facebook, claimed the attackers were being ‘dealt with’.
It said: “St Francis Xavier says teachers responded quickly to restore calm at the time and that the behaviour of students ‘contrary to school values’ has been dealt with.”
It said it was working with police, and added: “The college also taken its own disciplinary action consistent with the Diocese of Sale Catholic Education policy to express our expectations around what is acceptable student conduct.”