Emily O'Reilly had been walking to a friend's house on Monday evening (13/2) when she was pulled to the ground by her hair during the unprovoked assault. The teen was then repeatedly punched, kicked and had her face stamped on by the 16-year-old girl thug who stole her iPhone and bracelet in Darlaston, Walsall, West Mids. Shockingly, Emily said the sustained beating only stopped when the offender's friend was overheard saying: "Leave her, I think she's dead." She then passed out and was left lying in the gutter for several minutes before she regained consciousness and ran to a nearby pub for help. The college student was then taken to hospital where she needed stitches for a wound under her eye and treatment for severe cuts and bruises. Emily, who was diagnosed with Aspergers aged six, has been left permanently disfigured as a result of the vicious robbery and unable to open her right eye.