Pregnant Wendy’s employee lied about being attacked as video shows her jumping out of window to attack customers


Victoria Repine 
By: Chan Yuan

(Scroll down for video) Police have released a video, showing the shocking moment a pregnant Wendy’s employee attacked customers.

The new twist of events came after the employee's mother went on television and claimed that her daughter was pulled out of the drive-thru window and was beaten.

19-year-old Victoria Repine was working her shift at Wendy’s in Independence, Missouri, when she was hospitalized.

Her mother, Heather Salcedo, said that two women confronted her daughter for forgetting the straws with their order.

Salcedo said that the two women pulled Repine out of the drive-thru window and beat her up. Their male friend then came out the vehicle and also punched her, Salcedo said.

However, surveillance video of the incident, shows a different story.

According to police, Repine, who has a one-year-old daughter and is three months pregnant, got into an argument with the customers who complained over the order.

She attempted to jump out of the window to attack the customer at 3:00 p.m., but her coworker managed to get her down.

However, the 19-year-old woman did not give up. She soon tried again and this time, she fell out and landed on the ground. That is when police said the customers beat her up.

Repine suffered severe head trauma, two black eyes and a gash on her face. Doctors confirmed that her unborn baby survived the attack after they heard the heartbeat.

So far, no arrests have been made.