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Daniella Westbrook shares clip of violent assault in a bid to speak out about bullying

Danniella Westbrook has called for people to "stop the violence" after she shared a video of her friend's goddaughter being violently assaulted.The former EastEnders actress, 48, posted the video to Instagram in an effort to speak out against bullying and said that the incident made her feel "physically sick".Danniella reported that she broke down in tears while watching the clip, especially knowing that the attack was unprovoked.She said: "I just wanted to jump on quickly, if you have seen my last Instagram Story. There was a little girl yesterday who got brutally beaten up in Loughton High Street."Nobody stopped to help her - one little girl on her own and people videoing it. Everyone was beating her up."It's actually really really upset me.
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