Donations for the mentally disabled victim who was bound, beaten and tortured during a Facebook Live broadcast in Chicago surpassed $160,000 on the website GoFundMe Tuesday morning.
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A GoFundMe spokesman confirmed the victim’s family is working with the company on the campaign.
Daily Mail Reports:
- The campaign has already surpassed its original goal of $10,000
- In one day $67k was raised and 3,600 people have contributed to the page
- The creator wanted to ‘prove that there is far more good in this world than evil’
- Four men and women were charged in connection to the case on Thursday
An online fundraising campaign for the family of a disabled teen who was tortured on Facebook Live has surpassed more than $100,000 in donations.
In just two days a GoFundMe page has gone viral to help out the 18-year-old special needs victim who was ‘kidnapped’ and tortured in Chicago.
The fundraiser’s creator said the bid was to aid the family in financial support and to ‘prove that there is far more good in this world than evil’.
Prosecutors say they forced the disabled man to drink toilet water, kiss the floor. They also say the suspects stuffed a sock into his mouth, taped his mouth shut and bound his hands with a belt.
Once seeing the video the GoFundMe creator wanted to help out, despite not knowing the family.
In its first day more than $67,000 was raised and so far more than 3,675 people contributed to the $100,000 total.
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