What Happened To TikTok Star Jenny Elhassan, Hospital After?

Three masked guys allegedly poured an acid-like substance on an Australian TikTok star in Sydney’s CBD overnight, causing burns to her face.

The alleged assault is thought to be part of an ongoing feud involving the TikTok star.

Jenny Elhassan Age Nationality And Religion

 

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Jenny Elhassan, a Tiktok sensation, is currently 32 years old.

In terms of nationality, she is an Australian. However, she has not revealed what religion she practices at this time.

Who is Jenny Elhassan? TikTok Star Acid Attack Video

 

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Jenny Elhassan is a TikTok personality who was live-streaming when she was allegedly the victim of an acid attack on Friday night. 

She was dining at the Old Town Hong Kong restaurant on Dixon Street at Haymarket, in Sydney, at 11 p.m. on Friday.

After that, she started a live stream as she left the venue when a black hatch pulled up in front of her. 

One of the masked men jumped out, one of them allegedly threw acid onto her face, and then the group sped off. 

In the footage, Ms. Elhassan can be seen howling for water and beginning to call for help from her terrified sister, Alia. 

Following that, the restaurant staff handed Ms. Elhassan bottles of water before she poured the liquid over her face. 

Is Jenny Elhassan In A Hospital After An Acid Attack?

Following the attack, Jenny Elhassan was taken to the Royal North Shore Hospital.

She made another video in her hospital bed after arriving at the hospital, this time showing the extent of her facial injury, including burn marks on her neck and above her brow.

According to her claim, although she was wearing glasses at the time, the “black acid” got into one of her eyes.

On the other hand, Elhassan, on the other hand, has been released from the hospital and has been diagnosed with COVID-19. She is now recovering at home.

Police set up a crime scene after a sad event and requested assistance from NSW Fire and Rescue HAZMAT teams.

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