COLERAIN TWP., Ohio – Now that thousands of people have watched the Facebook video of her attacking another woman, Cheyenne Fisher is telling her side of the story.
"I didn't really punch her or anything - I just slapped her up and pretty much put fear in her heart," Fisher said.
Fisher, 21, told 9 On Your Side that Cheyanne Willis stole her car and she planned to take it back when she met Willis in a mall parking lot on Christmas Eve.
But Fisher said Willis started a fight. Fisher said Willis swung first but the video doesn't show that because other people there – including Willis' ex-boyfriend - didn't start videotaping until Fisher fought back.
"She's hollering, cussing him out, cussing me out, then charged at us," Fisher said. "We didn't plan on fighting or anything -- we just planned on going, getting my car, and leaving."
Fisher admits loaning Willis her white Chevy Impala a month ago. Fisher said she told Willis:
"You can drive my car back and forth to work or whatever."
But Fisher said she had been texting Willis for nearly a month to return the car.
Fisher pulled out her phone and showed the messages she sent Willis.
"This is all me, 'Bring me my car now!' 'Bring me my car now.'"
Willis says she put $80 down and was in the process of buying the car. Not so, Fisher said.
"She stole my car," Fisher said. "Everyone's saying that I sold it to her. She did not give me money for anything."
Fisher said she filed a stolen vehicle report with Colerain police, but police said they have no record of it.
The video shows Willis' attackers slapping her, pounding her head on the car hood, pulling her hair and pushing her to the ground.
The attackers wrote, "I got my --- whooped" on Willis' forehead in eyeliner and even signed their names.
Willis said she got a concussion and bruises.
Fisher said she planned to turn herself in to Forest Park police this weekend. Police put up wanted posters for her and Willis' ex-boyfriend, 20-year-old Quincy Gardner, on robbery charges.
Willis told police that Fisher and Gardner took her purse with $50 and her cellphone and ripped up her driver's license.
Police said they are still investigating and no charges have been filed regarding the attack.
Fisher shrugged as she thought about it.
"There's not really much I can say -- it was petty -- but it happened all fast. I mean, it is what it is."