Teonna Monae Brown has been indicted on five charges in connection with the April 18 beating of Chrissy Lee Polis, a 22-year-old transgender woman, at a suburban Baltimore McDonald's, gay weekly Metro Weekly reported.

A grand jury on Monday charged Brown with first-degree assault, second-degree assault and a hate crime for the attack on Polis. Two additional second-degree assault charges stemming from attacking two bystanders who attempted to intervene were also introduced.

A 3-minute video allegedly showing Polis being viciously kicked, punched and dragged by Brown and a 14-year-old girl went viral last month. In the video, one employee and a patron attempt to intervene, but most of the witnesses stand idly by and several men can be heard laughing in the background. Toward the end of the video, Polis appears to suffer a seizure after one of the suspects kicks her in the head.

The name of the second suspect charged in the attack has not been released because the charges were filed in juvenile court.

Polis told the Baltimore Sun that the attack was “definitely a hate crime.”

“They said, 'That's a dude, that's a dude and she's in the female bathroom,'” said Polis. “They spit in my face.”

“I knew they were taping me; I told the guy to stop,” she added. “They didn't help me. They didn't do nothing for me.”

Governor Martin O'Malley called the crime “heinous” in a statement.

“I want to commend Baltimore County State's Attorney Scott D. Shellenberger for using every available means to prosecute the heinous beating of Chrissy Lee Polis last month,” he said.

“Even with Maryland's 'hate crimes' law, it is clear that more must be done to protect the rights and dignity of transgendered people. In the struggle for justice and equality for all, I'm committed to working with the Maryland General Assembly during the next legislative session to increase awareness and provide even greater protections for transgendered people,” O'Malley added, most likely a reference to a transgender protections bill that died last month in the Maryland Senate.

The video was taken down from YouTube by site administrators, who said it violated the site's policies, but returned on several other sites, including the popular Drudge Report and World Star Hip Hop.

According to the police report, the suspects said the fight was “over using a bathroom.”