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The girl, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was arrested on the 15 May, and charged with assault after appearing at Croydon Magistrates Court on the 16 May.
Today she was sentenced to an eight-month detention as it emerged that she had been on a rehabilitation order for grievous bodily harm when the assault took place.
"However, I know that the video has been viewed by students in St Peter's and I have spoken to the school about the lack of dignity and self-respect people have who allow themselves to be portrayed in such a way.
"It is very sad that our young people are exposed to such pornography, but it is one of the evils of modern technology.
A schoolgirl whose vicious assault was seen in footage that went viral online listed her address as 'whatever, whatever, whatever, whatever, whatever' - today she was sentenced to eight months at a Young Offender Institution.'In these circumstances, despite your young age and the undoubtedly good sides that you have within you, we consider that the offence is so serious, in regards to your previous offending, that a custodial sentence is justifiable.' When she appeared at Croydon Youth Court on May 7 this year facing charges over a separate alleged assault, the court listing said her parent/guardian was 'ANON' and address was 'whatever, whatever, whatever, whatever, whatever'.
The girl refers to alleged drug dealing, asking the boy 'Where's your weed?
"We simply have to continue educating the young to reap the benefits that modern technology offers but not to fall into the trap of misusing it.
"We must try to persuade them that we should not want to be involved in listening to or looking at anything that portrays a lack of dignity and respect for other people." He added: "I know that in St Peter's there are many young men and women who do not want to see such behaviour and I applaud them for maintaining their self-respect." A spokesman for Gloucestershire Constabulary said: "We are aware that other children have seen the footage.
Following the release of the footage, thousands of people commented on the video with posters criticising the girl’s violent actions and praising the boy’s decision not to retaliate.
One commenter wrote: “What a vile child, her mother must be so proud.”While another posted: “What a horrible little CHILD!
"Officers have spoken to the girl involved and her parents.