Two 12-year-old Rhode Island girls are facing felony charges after allegedly luring a 15-year-old girl to a sleepover and then hitting, slapping and choking her, according to a report from the Providence Journal.
The Barrington girls have been charged with felony assault with a wooden brush, simple assault, kidnapping and conspiracy, the Journal reports.
Police say the victim was invited to a sleepover last Wednesday at one of the 12-year-old girls' home, where she was first verbally attacked. When the victim hid in a bathroom, one of the 12-year-olds reportedly pushed her way into the bathroom and took her clothes, still bullying her. Police told the Journal that the girls also hit the girl with a wooden brush, forced her to eat butter or peanut butter and kept her from leaving the house.
"This is a first for me," Barrington Police Chief John LaCross, a 35-year veteran, told the Journal.
The Journal also reports that only one of the 12-year-old girls' families cooperated with police during the investigation.
The investigation is ongoing.