Last weekend, Kayla Kendrigan was thrown off a bridge and left to die.
The 19-year-old was allegedly abducted from a home in Ambarvale in Sydney’s west, and tortured by a group of people she once called her friends.
Police allege Kendrigan, who has learning difficulties and was born without a right arm, was forced into a car and driven about 50kms north to a house in Whalan.
It was at this house that Kendrigan endured six torturous hours.
The teenager recounts her ordeal on A Current Affair…
She was blindfolded and tied to a chair with an iPhone charging cable. Once restrained, she was punched, beaten with a wooden bat, and stabbed multiple times.
According to police, she sustained “significant injuries” including two stab wounds to her lower legs, deep bruising to her head and face, soreness to her upper body and lower back, burn marks to her hand and severe emotional trauma.
The disabled teenager will recall her ordeal on Tuesday night’s episode of A Current Affair.
“That night I thought I was not going to survive, I was not going to see anyone ever again,” she says in a promo for the show.
“And then I [saw] water and I said: ‘No, no, please don’t do this to me.’ I was just thinking to myself, do I just let myself drown? What do I do? What do I do?”
During the attack, a video was shared on Facebook which showed one of the alleged offenders demanding Kendrigan “get in the car [or] I’ll drag you in the f**kin boot”.
“Hurry the f**k up,” they add.
The teenager then tries to call her dad for help, before one of her attackers takes her phone off her.
She can then be heard screaming and crying and pleading for her attackers to “just leave me alone”.