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    Lexington mother Abigail Gates recorded her daughter Queen Gates, 17, in the hospital describing how she and her friends were accused by a Portofino's manager of stealing before the manager repeatedly chased Queen and her friends, some of whom were struck or pulled by their hair. Queen and the other girls were nearby for a photo shoot. Portofino's would not comment. Lexington police say they have conflicting accounts of how the girls' injuries occurred.

Lexington mother Abigail Gates recorded her daughter Queen Gates, 17, in the hospital describing how she and her friends were accused by a Portofino's manager of stealing before the manager repeatedly chased Queen and her friends, some of whom were struck or pulled by their hair. Queen and the other girls were nearby for a photo shoot. Portofino's would not comment. Lexington police say they have conflicting accounts of how the girls' injuries occurred. Video provided by Abigail Gates
Lexington mother Abigail Gates recorded her daughter Queen Gates, 17, in the hospital describing how she and her friends were accused by a Portofino's manager of stealing before the manager repeatedly chased Queen and her friends, some of whom were struck or pulled by their hair. Queen and the other girls were nearby for a photo shoot. Portofino's would not comment. Lexington police say they have conflicting accounts of how the girls' injuries occurred. Video provided by Abigail Gates

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UPDATED November 08, 2016 08:54 AM

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  • Kentucky shooting victim considers herself lucky bullet missed her spine

    Denise Massey describes her experience getting injured from a shootout when she and her fiancé, Jimmy Brannon, traveled to Columbia, South Carolina for the University of Kentucky football game against University of South Carolina.