Actress Rose McGowan says she personally witnessed what she described as a Knockout Game attack at Venice Beach in Los Angeles, Ca.
The former “Charmed” star, who is most famous for her role in the movie “Scream” and for dating goth rocker Marilyn Manson, described the incident on Twitter:
McGowan said she gave chase but the masked attacker took off on his skateboard.
McGowan said the victim was bleeding from the ear, so she called an ambulance for him.
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Local law enforcement are still searching for two men involved in the brutal beating of a transient along the Venice Beach boardwalk in late December, reported KTLA-TV.
A local resident videotaped the attack after a neighbor called 9-1-1.
Police said they don’t have a motive for the beating.
“It doesn’t appear to be provoked, and this is still in the early stages of the investigation,” Los Angeles Police Department Capt. Victor Davalos said.
Both men left the scene before police arrived.
In the racially charged and sometimes deadly Knockout Game, one or more assailants, usually black, target a randomly selected white person and, for amusement, try to knock out the unsuspecting victim with a single punch. Nationwide, there have been hundreds of attacks and at least six deaths attributed to the Knockout Game.
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