Three people accused of taking part in the beating of a gay male couple in Philadelphia surrendered to police on Wednesday.

Phillip Williams and Kathryn Knott, both 24, and Kevin Harrigan, 26, are charged with criminal conspiracy and two counts each of aggravated assault, simple assault and reckless endangerment.

The victims told police that they were rushed by a mob of 10 to 12 men and women after one asked them if they were together. As a result of the beating, one of the victims, 28, was hospitalized for more than three days and had to have his jaw wired shut.

A lawyer representing Knott, the daughter of Chalfont Township Police Chief Karl Knott, denied her participation in the incident.

During an appearance on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, Louis Busico said his client “didn't do this.”

“This is a woman who grew up in a law enforcement environment, in a law enforcement home. She has the utmost respect for the law. She is a gentle, kind person who was never in trouble before. She has zero animus to anybody, let alone somebody of a particular group or persuasion. This young woman, on her best day, couldn’t bust a grape. She hurt no one. She struck no one. Simply stated, she didn’t do this,” he said.

A trail of messages on Twitter compiled by Scott Wooledge, however, paints a slightly less rosy picture of Knott.

“A guy ran me off the road, called my dad ran his license and got him ticket #sorrynotsorry #lovemydad,” she wrote in 2012.

“the ppl we were just dancing with just turned and [made] out with each other #gay #ew,” she said in another message from the same year.

Fortunato Perri, who represents Williams, also defended his client, saying he “was not the aggressor.”

“In no way, shape or form was this incident related to anyone's sexual orientation,” Perri was quoted as saying by the AP. “This was a mutual confrontation that started because two individuals got into an argument out in the street.”