Recently, news began to circulate on the internet that a Sydney woman was doing a live stream while walking down the street. According to the sources, a Sydney woman was live streaming on TikTok late last night when she had acid thrown in her face on a CBD street. Jenny Elhassan, 32, a TikTok star, was standing on Dixon Street in Haymarket at about 11.20 p.m. when three masked men exited a black Mazda SUV and threw acid in her face.
Later, the lady went to a nearby restaurant for assistance before calling the cops. When the cops arrived, they took her to the Royal North Shore Hospital (near the scene of the incident) for treatment of her facial injuries. She later took to social media (TikTok) from her hospital bed, saying in the clips, “When it first happened, I thought I lost my eyesight.” “I was screaming because I couldn’t see,” she continued, “and God saved me.” I was wearing my glasses. Assume I wasn’t wearing my glasses.”
According to Sean West, the detective Acting Inspector, police are investigating and will soon determine whether the motive was personal or related to a relationship. “The attack’s precise motive is under investigation,” he said. Another statement made by Andrew Bibby, a NSW Ambulance Inspector, stated that throwing chemicals could be life-threatening because if they can throw it, they can also take her with them, but their motive may have been to threaten her so they did it.
“When paramedics arrived, the victim or patient was very distressed and seemed to be struggling for breath,” he said in his statement. The chemical substance had caused her face to swell, and it was also affecting her vision.” As the lady stated in her video, she was wearing glasses, so her eyes were safe, and no doubt if she didn’t wear glasses, she would be able to see because chemicals could cause her vision to deteriorate. Well, the investigation is still ongoing, and the perpetrator will soon be behind bars, and the question of why the wrongdoers did this to her will arise.