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Who is Jenny Elhassan? (TikTok star breaks her silence after being doused with acid and says she DOESN’T want her attackers )Wiki, Bio, Age, Instagram, Twitter & Quick Facts

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A TikTok star who was the victim of a terrifying acid attack has broken his silence as police search for his masked attackers, saying he doesn’t want them to be charged.

Jenny Elhassan, 32, was recording a live broadcast outside the Old Town Hong Kong restaurant in Sydney’s Chinatown when she was hit in the eye with acid and left with facial burns after 11 p.m. m. of Friday.

The young mother admitted that she knows the identity of at least one of her attackers, but she did not want to name them.

Detectives with the New South Wales Police Raptor squad fear the brazen and “heinous” attack may be linked to a notorious Sydney crime family.

“I feel like I just want it to be over, I don’t want anything to escalate,” she told Channel Ten.

“I feel like if I let it go, it will be much better for me.”

Ms Elhassan was dining at the popular Dixon Street restaurant moments before she was attacked.

Attack

The day after the attack she showed burn marks on her face and neck and in another video she described the excruciating pain in her right eye.

“I still feel like I have a knife in my eye,” said Ms. Elhassan.

She also added that she was relieved that her six-year-old daughter did not witness the horror.

Police in New South Wales confirmed they are on the hunt for three masked men who got out of a black hatchback and confronted her.

Restaurant staff handed out bottles of water to Ms. Elhassan before she poured the liquid on her face.

One allegedly threw acid in her face before the group sped off.

The suspected attackers are still believed to be at large.

Police are understood to be investigating possible links between Ms Elhassan and various underworld identities.

A series of recent TikTok clips, some made by Ms Elhassan, feature taunts and threats that are now being examined by police.

The ferocious attack was captured on her live stream, in which she can be heard screaming for water seconds later.

She also claimed to have required mouth-to-mouth resuscitation administered by her sister, Alia, for 10 minutes because she passed out from the acid attack.

Ms Elhassan was dining at the popular Dixon Street restaurant moments before she was attacked.

CCTV Footage

Jenny Elhassan, 32, was dining at the Old Town Hong Kong restaurant on Dixon Street in Haymarket, Sydney, at 11 p.m. m. of Friday.

The footage shows Ms. Elhassan howling for water and calling for help from her terrified sister Alia de Ella.

“I can’t see,” she says. ‘Alia I can’t breathe. Come give me mouth to mouth.

The restaurant staff handed out bottles of water to Ms. Elhassan before she poured the liquid on her face.

She took shelter in the restaurant before paramedics transported her to Royal North Shore Hospital.

Ms. Elhassan filmed another video in her hospital bed showing the extent of the damage to her face with burn marks on her neck and above her eyebrow.

The 32-year-old said she was wearing glasses at the time, but the ‘black acid’ still managed to get into one of her eyes.

“Look at the burn marks on my neck, the burn marks on my head and my eyesight,” she said.

Crime

Police set up a crime scene and called in NSW Fire and Rescue HAZMAT crews for help.

Police set up a crime scene and called in NSW Fire and Rescue HAZMAT teams for help.

NSW Ambulance Inspector Andrew Bibb said: “When paramedics arrived this patient was very distressed and appeared to be having difficulty breathing.

“His face was quite swollen as a result of the chemical which was also affecting his vision.

“A chemical burn to any part of the body is extremely worrisome, much less to a person’s face.

“Of all the injuries paramedics treat, burns can be the most painful and difficult to manage.”

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