Police have arrested a 14-year-old boy who bullied and brutalized an 11-year-old girl in Brooklyn in a scene caught on video, officials said Wednesday.
The boy — who was not named because of his age — was charged with assault and reckless endangerment for the Dec. 18 attack on Nostrand Ave. near Ave. Y in Sheepshead Bay.
Though the girl never reported the incident to police, her mother saw the footage on social media and called cops, who are currently looking for at least one other assailant.
The girl was walking with a male friend by the corner about 8 p.m. when the friend started filming as a group of youngsters surrounded the girl and began harassing her, cops said.
One of the group tosses a backpack at her, splashes her face with water and punches her on the side of her face while another teen sucker-punches her in the back of the head, the video shows. Both teens then walk away laughing.
“Y n—-s did that to (her)” the caption on the Snapchat video reads, police sources said.
The girl lives in the city, but her family moved her out of state after the attack, police sources said.