Facebook sex video
Investigators believe Johnson and Hudson knew the victim prior to the incident.
CHICAGO -- Two teenagers have pleaded guilty in the sexual assault of a 15-year-old girl that was streamed live on Facebook in March.
The girl, a high school freshman, went missing on March 19 after she was dropped off at her Lawndale home by her uncle, according to her family.
The next day, her family became aware of the video and took screenshots to the Ogden District police station, where the mother ran into police Superintendent Eddie Johnson.
At the time of the assault, authorities said as many as six males assaulted the victim, a high school freshman who went missing after she was dropped at home by an uncle.
Police said the assault was watched live by about 40 viewers, none of whom called authorities to report the attack.
Neither the victim nor her family attended Tuesday’s court hearing.
Authorities discovered the video that recorded the alleged sexual assault.
The video begins inside a bathroom with a man demanding oral sex from the woman.
Others in the background also demand that the woman performs the sex act, The Clarion-Ledger reported.
A female could be heard saying that the alleged victim could not leave until she performed the act.