Pregnant teen working at Wendy's claims she was beaten over straws

A pregnant teen fast food worker in Missouri says she was beaten by customers over a drinking straw dispute.

Surveillance video released by police suggests that the teenager and an eyewitness left out a crucial detail of the incident.

Tori Repine, 19, was working the drive-thru at Wendy's Sunday afternoon when four customers in a Dodge Charger became irate, according to KCTV. The customers claimed Repine had forgotten to put drinking straws in the bag with their order.

When Repine responded that the straws were in the bag, a witness told police that Repine was pulled through the drive-thru window by two females in the car, and a third person got out of the vehicle and began beating her. A fourth suspect was also present.

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The witness said she told the attackers that Repine was pregnant, but the assault continued.

Police released surveillance video that appears to contradict the version of events that Repine and the witness gave authorities. The video appears to show Repine being partially dragged through the drive-thru window, but a co-worker pulls her back inside the restaurant. Repine is then seen climbing through the drive-thru window and jumps to the ground outside. The surveillance video does not show the rest of the assault.

Repine, who is three months pregnant, was taken to a local hospital, where she was treated for scratches, cuts and bruises on her face and body. Doctors believe Repine’s unborn baby was not harmed. Repine has been released from the hospital and is recovering at home.

No arrests have been made in the case.