A night at the club led to a vicious attack at a Cincinnati housing project where two sisters were stripped of their clothes while bystanders recorded the assault and did nothing.
The victims, 20 and 21, woke up Sunday morning to a group of women beating them and dragging them out of an apartment at Winton Terrace.
The video of the assault shows the sisters being restrained on the ground as six to eight women kick, punch and stomp on them before stealing their purses.
There were at least three witnesses recording the incident.
"I seen a glimpse of people, but after that - when I was knocked out - I didn't remember nothing," one of the victims told WCPO-TV. "I didn't remember people. Just voices."
The youngest victim told WLWT-TV: "They didn't care if they killed us."
The two are still recovering from cuts and bruises.
They didn't care if they killed us.
The sisters were spending the night at the apartment of 25-year-old Kianna McMeans, one of the suspects arrested by Cincinnati Police for aggravated robbery, after going to a club Saturday night.
McMeans invited the attackers into her apartment the next morning because she had been assaulted at the club and the sisters did not help her, the victims alleged.
The stolen purses were later found in McMeans' car.
The attack footage was shared on Facebook and one of the victims saw it every time she checked her news feed, she said.
The video shows the victims on the ground and being "basically humiliated out there and beat to a pulp," Detective Tracy Jones told WLWT-TV.
"I thought I was going to die right there on the ground," the oldest victim said.
On Thursday, there was still ripped clothing on the ground where the attack happened, the television station reported.
Police were able to identify another suspect, Jakeda Phillips, 25, because she looked directly at the camera during the attack, and issued a warrant for her arrest.