A popular Moscow-based streamer Andrey Burim during one of his live stream videos viciously attacked 21-year old Alena Efremova. The sick man continued to batter the poor girl, smashing her head continuously on the desk and everyone in the surrounding acted completely oblivious to this vile happening.
In an outrageously bizarre incident, a model was beaten up and having her head smashed onto a desk during a YouTube Livestream by a Russian social media star.
Alena Efremova, 21, was viciously attacked by a Moscow-based famous social media streamer Andrey Burim, known more widely as Mellstroy, during a social media party.
The streaming video to his 680,000 subscribers saw that when Burim was abusively hitting the girl, everyone in the surrounding was oblivious to the shameful incident.
The attack left a traumatized Efremova with blood pouring from her mouth as well as sustaining other facial injuries.
The view has now logged views more than 30 million and people reported complaints on social media asking for the sickening video to be taken off from the Internet.
In response to the complaints, Russian Police took action against the sickening broadcast, reported Mash media outlet.
Efremova posted: 'Mellstroy beat me up last night and publicly humiliated me in his stream…
'I just want him to be punished for this so it will not happen to any (other) person.'
She said that her brace had broken and 'there is a bloody mess of iron in my mouth, blood and pieces of torn skin'.
'I am deeply distressed, my limbs are shaking, my head is splitting with any movement.'
Efremova, who is also a blogger with 20,000 followers, added that 'not a single normal person who respects themselves will remain in his audience'.
Efremova is now calling on others who were victims of Burim's sick attitude during his live streams to call her and together they will take lawful action against him.
Expert Vadim Manukyan, on the media commission of the Public Chamber of Russia, called the footage 'an absolute disgrace'.
Activist Mikhail Netsvetaev called for the prosecutor's office to block Mellstroy's YouTube channel.
Police in Burim's native Belarus were reportedly seeking him for alleged online abuse of underage victims.