Windsor police say four suspects are facing charges in a bullying incident caught on video that went viral.

Police confirm that four people have been charged with assault in connection with the case.

They say most cannot be named under the Youth Criminal Justice Act.

The video shows a special needs girl being bullied by a group of teens in Windsor.

On Wednesday police began their investigation after a teenage female attended headquarters with a family member to report that she assaulted on Nov. 8, at about 5 p.m., in the 4800 block of Wyandotte Street East.

The 19-year-old said that she was approached by a group of teens, both male and female, who began shouting at her, taunting her and trying to instigate a fight.

Police say a number of the suspects in the group assaulted teen, while shouting at her. She sustained minor injuries and didn't require medical attention.

Police have charged a 14-year-old female, 15-year-old female, 15-year-old male and a 19-year-old male, all of Windsor, with assault.

The mother of the 19-year-old victim, who doesn't want to be identified, says her daughter is doing fine and has a big heart. In fact, she claims her daughter is more concerned about the assailants because they are being physically threatened online.

Amanda Moorsby says she considers the victim her little sister.

"She called me after the fight happened, I was the first person she called," Moorsby said. "She said Amanda some girls hit me. They threw me against the wall. That's all i needed to hear."

Moorsby tells CTV News the victim has a mild form of cerebral palsy and has a developmental disorder.

Community liaison officer Sgt. Wren Dosant says the video is a clear example of what Windsor police are trying to prevent in the community.

"We deal with it at the Grade 6 level where police officers go to grade schools and talk to kids specifically about bullying."

Family members of the teens facing charges tell CTV News that they have received death threats from all over the world.