Baltimore 'Sisterhood Gang' Violently Beats 17-Year-Old Girl, Posts Video To Facebook [Video]

**Warning: This video contains graphic violence and obscene language.**

On Tuesday, October 21, a West Baltimore girl gang, known as the "Sisterhood Gang," recently made national headlines after they allegedly beat and robbed a 17-year-old girl.

The victim's mother, who chose to remain nameless, recently spoke with CBS News affiliate WJZ-Baltimore in reference to the assault her daughter suffered at the hands of the vicious girl gang. She recounted the incident and opened up about the injuries her daughter sustained from the beating. The attack reportedly took place within close proximity of the Mondawmin Mall. The teen's mother stated she was heading to the shopping outlet for a job interview.

"They punched her, they kicked her and mostly they stomped her in the head," the victim's mother said. "I just think something really needs to be done about these gangs because every time we turn the TV on, it's another gang after somebody else's child.

According to Atlanta Daily World, a police report revealed the altercation began at Frederick Douglass High School. However, no details have been released about what sparked the incident. A school officer actually witnessed the group of girls provoking fights with the victim near the school campus. Luckily, the officer was able to diffuse that altercations before it escalated. The girls were reportedly ushered away from the campus, which made things even worse for the victim. Soon after they all left the campus, the girl was jumped and someone immediately began filming the beating with a cell phone camera.

"They just kept showing it on Facebook over and over and over again," she said.

The victim reportedly suffered severe swelling to her face and was hospitalized overnight. Her purse, coat, and cell phone were also stolen. Five of the girls seen in the video have been arrested by the Baltimore Police Dept., reports The Root. However, the victim's mother wants everyone involved to be reprimanded.

"If you know anything at all about any more of the members that had anything to do with this Sisterhood gang, would you please call and report it to the police," the victim's mother said.

No further details have been released about the possible charges the girls will be facing.

[Image via CBS Baltimore]