Police have accused a 15-year-old girl of being the ringleader of a fatal attack on a teenage boy at a home in western Sydney.
The boy, 16, died in hospital on Saturday morning, three days after he was allegedly brutally set upon by four teenage boys and two girls, aged 13 to 19, in Doonside.
His alleged killers believed the victim had 'stolen' AirPods last month and allegedly demanded he yell obscenities about the "Sydney inner west" gang, police alleged in court documents.
According to court documents, the footage also shows the girl yelling during the beating "stomp on his head, put him in a f****** grave" and cheered her friends on to "go finish him off".
Officers believe the 15-year-old girl was the 'major instigator' of the incident and claim in court that at one point she grabbed the boy by the hair and rammed his head into a wall, leaving a hole in the gyprock.
She is also accused of kicking the boy in the face with the toe of her shoe, the Mail Online reports.
The rest of the youths then took turns stomping and jumping on the boy with someone eventually yelling "finish him" at 4.39pm, police claim.
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Their alleged victim was left lifeless on the floor, not breathing, as most of the teenagers left the home.
About an hour after some of the alleged offenders departed, at 5.42pm, resident Kayla Dawson, 19, called emergency services, telling the operator that the boy showed "no signs of life".
Paramedics performed CPR for a long time and managed to restart the teenager's heart with a shot of adrenaline.
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However, despite their best efforts, the boy was placed in an induced coma upon arrival at Westmead Hospital.
He was brain dead and had suffered blunt force trauma injuries to his face and body, as well as two collapsed lungs.
Doctors switched off the teenager's life support at 10.02am on Saturday.
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