A shocking attack in Harrow has led to charges against four teenagers.

Detectives have charged four individuals in connection with a suspected transphobic attack in Harrow.

Summer Betts-Ramsey, 19, faces charges of attempted murder and carrying an offensive weapon, with her court appearance scheduled for March 12 at the Old Bailey. Additionally, a 16-year-old girl has been charged with grievous bodily harm with intent, robbery, and possession of cannabis, and is set to appear at the same court.

Two 17-year-old boys are also facing charges of grievous bodily harm with intent, with one additionally accused of disclosing sexual images and threatening the victim with a knife. They are both expected to appear at the Old Bailey on April 5.

The charges stem from an incident on Masons Avenue, HA3, which resulted in an 18-year-old girl being stabbed wounds; she has thankfully been released from the hospital following treatment.