Donations for the mentally disabled victim who was tied up, beaten, and tortured during a Facebook Live broadcast in Chicago reached over $90,000 on the fundraising website GoFundMe.
The GoFundMe campaign, which was called “Let’s show the Chicago victim some love,” had raised over $44,000 Friday morning and reached over $80,000 from more than 2,800 donors as of Saturday morning.
Jordan Hill, Tesfaye Cooper, and Brittany Covington, all 18-years old, and 24-year old Tanishia Covington were charged with battery, kidnapping, and hate crimes in connection to the attack.
Authorities say the suspects tied up the victim, who is 18-years old and from a Chicago suburb, for four to five hours.
The attackers allegedly tied his arms up and inserted a sock into his mouth before sealing it shut with duck tape while they repeatedly hit and cut him.
Two men reportedly threatened him with a knife while saying, “Fuck white people,” and, “Fuck Donald Trump,” in the video.
They also allegedly cut the sleeve of the victim’s shirt and cut a patch of hair from his head as they and forced him to drink toilet water.