Teenage girls allegedly took a former school friend hostage and TASERING her about an Instagram insult

& # 39; I will show her huge fake lips and ugly face & # 39 ;: teenage girls lure a former school friend to a parking lot, take her hostage and TASER her about an insult from Instagram & # 39;

  • Yasemin Ercan, 19, and her friend Ehab Sayah, 20, have agreed to plead guilty
  • It is claimed that Sayah hit a victim on the thigh twice, while Ercan spit in her face
  • The victim was then forced to call Ercan & # 39; s friend to apologize for the Instagram
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A teenager allegedly lured a former schoolmate to a parking garage in the suburbs of Melbourne, took her hostage and charged her with an insult on social media.

Yasemin Ercan, 19, and her friend Ehab Sayah (20) have agreed to plead guilty for crimes, including improperly confiscating the 18-year-old about unspecified derogatory comments about Ercan on Instagram.

The alleged victim agreed to meet Ercan, her former classmate, after a hot texting argument, but was held hostage after arriving at the parking lot of Braybrook Shopping Center on August 13 last year.

The alleged victim had agreed to meet Ercan after a hot texting argument, but was held hostage after arriving at the parking lot of Braybrook Shopping Center

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The alleged victim had agreed to meet Ercan after a hot texting argument, but was held hostage after arriving at the parking lot of Braybrook Shopping Center

Ercan and Sayah got into the woman's car, Sayah holding an anesthetic rifle against the victim's body and forcing her to drive and remove her text messages.

After she let the woman stop at a nearby reservation, Sayah would have twice cast her on her thigh, while Ercan spit in her face and slapped her.

The 18-year-old was then forced to call Ercan & # 39; s friend to apologize for the Instagram comments, and to say sorry to two other friends who came from a BMW parked nearby.

& # 39; This never happened. You don't remember me, & Ercan reportedly said the victim before she was allowed to leave.

& # 39; Don't put my name in your mouth. If you do that, I know where you live. & # 39;

After Ercan was arrested, the police found text messages telling friends that they would throw & # 39; the bastard out of the victim & # 39 ;, it is claimed.

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& # 39; I will pop her huge fake lips and ugly face, & # 39; would be one of the messages that would have been read

Yasemin Ercan, 19, and her friend Ehab Sayah, 20, tortured a former classmate because of her comment on Instagram

Yasemin Ercan, 19, and her friend Ehab Sayah, 20, tortured a former classmate because of her comment on Instagram

Yasemin Ercan, 19, and her friend Ehab Sayah, 20, tortured a former classmate because of her comment on Instagram

& # 39; I will pop her huge fake lips and ugly face, & # 39; would be one of the messages that would have been read

& # 39; I will pop her huge fake lips and ugly face, & # 39; would be one of the messages that would have been read

& # 39; I will pop her huge fake lips and ugly face, & # 39; would be one of the messages that would have been read

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The night before the alleged attack, Ercan also sent Sayah photos of a white bag and black balaclava.

& # 39; A bag to tie her up, & # 39; she wrote.

& # 39; A mask for me.

& # 39; HAHA. & # 39;

The duo were initially each accused of six offenses, including deprivation of liberty and stealing a car.

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These were dropped when the accused said they would be guilty of false imprisonment in the Magistrates Court of Melbourne on Friday.

Ercan also indicated that she would plead guilty to an unlawful attack and to Sayah to cause deliberate injury.

Sayah has a criminal history that deals with the suspected proceeds of crime and violates a community correction order.

Magistrate Denise Livingstone refused a request to change his bail to allow access to social media.

& # 39; These people cannot manage social media at all & # 39 ;, she said.

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& # 39; Realistically, it's about children getting into the (social) media, getting mad … it's an unacceptable risk.

Sayah and Ercan, who are also on bail, are expected to appear in Broadmeadows Magistrates Court on September 13 for a plea.

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