Danniella Westbrook physically sick after friends goddaughter is violently beaten

Danniella Westbrook has said she was left "physically sick" as she slammed those who attacked her friend's goddaughter.

The former EastEnders star, 48, shared a video on Instagram on Monday to share her feelings on the "bullying" incident and urged anyone who has any information to come forward.

Danniella, who recently sparked speculation she split from her fiancé, posted footage of the attack to her Instagram, before it was deleted, and later shared another video to make an appeal to her 91k followers.

In the second clip shared on her Instagram page, Danniella can be seen getting her makeup done as she explained the shocking events.

She said: "It's really important we find out who these girls are so the police can arrest them.

"I think it's important to stamp out bullying and violence in children and bullying in general."

Danniella, who's daughter recently signed to a modelling agency, went into more detail in her caption as she said: "On Sunday a little girl was brutally set about and violently beaten in LOUGHTON high rd in Essex.

"This is my friends god daughter. I know there are always two sides to every story but two on to one is not a fair fight. It’s blatant bullying.

"Someone somewhere knows these girls , if that someone is you do the right thing and put a stop to violence in children and violence and bullying in general."

Speaking of her reaction to the video, the actress continued: "It made me physically sick watching this video.

"And I hope the girls parents do the right thing and turn these girl in to the relevant authorities… protecting behavior like this will lead to bigger problems of bullying."

The actress then ended the post by saying she hopes the girl involved "isn't too traumatised" by the events and sent her love.

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Danniella soon received comments of support from her followers as one said: "It’s so awful hopefully someone will get them".

Another added: "Thank you for using your platform as a voice to highlight bullying. As a parent of a son who was bullied I fully feel the pain of this little girl and her family. Thanks again Daniella. Much love to you. xx".

While a third said: "Thats absolutely appalling – I hope these bullies are punished in the appropriate way. I hope your friend's God daughter recovers not only from the physical trauma, but the mental trauma, too."

"Absolutely vile. I really hope that her daughter is alright", a fourth wrote.

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