Girl beaten in viral video to remain in DCFS custody

The teen girl who was seen being attacked in a viral video posted to social media will remain in the custody of the Department of Child and Family Services, FOX 32 has learned Friday.

The judge at Friday's custody hearing rule the 15-year-old will remain in DCFS custody at least until Monday when the next court date is scheduled.

There may be more charges and additional suspects in the case.

Mervin Jenkins, the father of the 15-year-old, went to court Friday to try to regain custody of his daughter, who has special needs.

Jenkins lost the battle, at least for now, due to prior concerns about school attendance and previous contact with DCFS.

Amateur video released today allegedly shows the victim trying to get help from police after activists say the group of suspects wanted the victim to perform a sex act on a man, then upset that she tried to get help, the group of girls allegedly attacking the 15-year-old and beat her up.

All four girls have been charged in the case.

The fourth teen appeared in court in connection to the beating. 

The 15-year-old girl who turned her self in with the help of her mother Thursday night was charged with aggravated battery and was released.

The judge gave her an ankle bracelet and she's only allowed to go to church, school and doctor's appointments. 

The other girls involved in the attack are 13, 14 and 15. All of whom the victim thought were her friends. 

They are facing charges of felony assault and mob action.