Vigilante groups have threatened to burn down the home of the alleged female ringleader accused of torturing a 13-year-old girl in a terrifying four-hour ordeal.

The alleged victim posted an update on TikTok revealing the alleged names of her three girl attackers – aged 14, 13 and 12 – who have since been charged by police.

Now online supporters have published an address for the eldest girl with threats to firebomb the house, throw bricks through its windows and attack the accused teen.

On Thursday, Queensland Police said they had now launched a probe into the threats and warned would-be vigilantes to stand down in a statement to Daily Mail Australia.

‘People who do attempt to take matters into their own hands can very well have any weapon turned on themselves and could face harm,’ said a spokesman.

‘In some cases, they could themselves face legal recourse dependent on their actions.’

Vigilante groups have threatened to burn down the home of the alleged female ringleader accused of torturing a 13-year-old girl (pictured after attack) in a terrifying four-hour ordeal

Vigilante groups have threatened to burn down the home of the alleged female ringleader accused of torturing a 13-year-old girl (pictured after attack) in a terrifying four-hour ordeal

Social media video had shown three people allegedly attacking the young girl by breaking bottles over her face and stabbing at her with a kitchen knife while she was stripped half-naked

Social media video had shown three people allegedly attacking the young girl by breaking bottles over her face and stabbing at her with a kitchen knife while she was stripped half-naked

Shocking social media video had shown three persons allegedly attacking the young girl by breaking bottles over her face and stabbing at her with a kitchen knife while she was stripped half-naked.

The footage also allegedly showed the girl being tied up, repeatedly punched in the face as she begged for mercy, burnt and stomped on, and knives thrown at her. 

Multiple social media accounts in the name of the alleged ringleader have been bombarded with sinister threats.

‘Let’s go – only a 1 hour drive,’ posted one on a post revealing the alleged ringleader’s home address. ‘Me and the tribe about to rock up on her doorstep.’

Another posted ominously: ‘No longer a house, just a pile of ashes.’

‘She gonna be crying and begging for me to stop,’ threatened another. ‘Why is it still breathing?’ asked another.

Others have targeted the mother of one of the accused and her sister.

‘Everybody’s after your daughters, so spend as much time as you can with them, because as soon as they walk those streets, they’re done for,’ one menacing post vowed.

Police said their investigations were continuing, with a warning of serious potential consequences for any reprisal attacks or identifying anyone involved.

‘To ensure community safety, police recommend members of the public not engage in methods of disrupting criminal activity or reprisal which may involve risk of personal harm or further legal recourse,’ added a spokesman.

‘Police have commenced an investigation in relation to this matter and it would be inappropriate to comment further and inappropriate to identify a victim of crime.’ 

The footage also allegedly showed the girl being tied up, repeatedly punched in the face as she begged for mercy, burnt and stomped on, and knives thrown at her

The footage also allegedly showed the girl being tied up, repeatedly punched in the face as she begged for mercy, burnt and stomped on, and knives thrown at her

Others have threatened the mother of one of the accused and her sister

Others have threatened the mother of one of the accused and her sister 

The alleged victim told police she was allegedly lured to a home in Tewantin on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast by an invitation to a party when the alleged attack took place on March 11.

The trio are accused of later making the 13-year-old girl shower to remove the blood. 

The chilling vigilante threats come as Australia rallies around the alleged victim, raising more than $35,000 for her in the space of just 24 hours.

A GoFundMe appeal was launched by the alleged victim’s mother under a picture of her daughter’s bloodstained face, which quickly soared past its initial $1111 target.

Reality TV star Jessika Power is the biggest donor, making a generous $1000 gift to the fund soon after it launched.

The names of the alleged victim or the accused teens cannot be published for legal reasons because of their age, which also means Daily Mail Australia cannot link to the Gofundme webpage which identifies the alleged victim. 

‘As we’ve had so many people asking us to set up a Gofundme to help support [my daughter] through extraordinarily hard time, we’ve decided to go ahead,’ said her mother.

‘[My daughter] has been through a lot recently, as I’m sure you’re all aware. 

‘She was [allegedly] viciously attacked by three people over hours of time, and was placed into hospital for recovery. 

‘This has not only been physically traumatising, but mentally as well.’

The mother earlier revealed how she found her daughter with her face swollen beyond recognition after the alleged attack.

Reality TV star Jessika Power is the biggest donor to the alleged victim's Gofundme appeal, making a generous $1000 gift to the fund soon after it launched

Reality TV star Jessika Power is the biggest donor to the alleged victim’s Gofundme appeal, making a generous $1000 gift to the fund soon after it launched

‘It looked like her head was going to explode,’ her mother told the Courier Mail. ‘She got stabbed in the knee, it just missed her tendon, but she also has a fractured wrist.’

The mum said she feared her daughter ‘should be dead’ after the alleged attack and spent a week in hospital recovering.

She added on the GoFundMe appeal: ‘The kind words my daughter is receiving from you all is so much appreciated. We’re so very grateful to each and every one of you. 

‘Just the affection alone has been enough to improve her mood and make her feel loved beyond measure. 

‘It feels overwhelming – so many of have offered and we can’t thank you enough as we have a long road ahead of us.

‘Thank you a million times and more!! It’s not about the money, even just your kind words and prayers are doing so much!

‘We love you all’

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Queensland Police about the vigilante threats to the girl accused of leading the alleged torture ordeal.

The eldest child was has remanded in custody pending an appearance at Maroochydore Children’s Court next month.

She was  charged with four counts of assault occasioning bodily harm, assault occasioning bodily harm whilst armed in company, deprivation of liberty, entering a dwelling and committing and indictable offence, armed robbery whilst in company, using personal violence, entering premises and committing an indictable offence and wilful damage.

The two younger girls were granted bail and will return to Maroochydore Children’s Court later this month. 

The 13-year-old was charged with assault occasioning bodily harm, assault occasioning bodily harm whilst armed in company, deprivation of liberty, armed robbery whilst in company using personal violence, entering a dwelling and committing an indictable offence, common assault and unauthorised dealing with shop goods.

The 12-year-old was charged with assault occasioning bodily harm, assault occasioning bodily harm whilst armed in company, deprivation of liberty, armed robbery in company with personal violence, entering a dwelling and committing an indictable offence and unauthorised dealing with shop goods.



Daily Mail

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