The video obtained by WDIV shows the woman checking into Beaumont Hospital on February 10 as a disheveled man waiting in the lobby walks up from behind and begins pummeling her. Beaumont staffers quickly rushed to her aid to detain the man. Within seconds, a man approaches from behind and repeatedly punches her in the head, knocking the 19-year-old woman on the ground.
"In this particular case it is very obvious that this person was causing a ruckus, was causing a disturbance, he should have been the one placed under arrest until the police arrived", her attorneys told CBS News. "There were five people in the lobby and my client was the only one who wore the hijab".
Deliz had been discharged from the same hospital himself just prior to the attack.
According to Julie DeCesare, an obstetrician-gynaecologist at Sacred Heart Hospital says that although these things do happen, what Amerson experienced is unusual.
Sheriff Ezell tells News 25 the woman has been released from the hospital. "Instead of giving him mental treatment, they put him back in the patient pool, thereby giving way to his attack".
"She never saw it coming", Majed Moughni, the young woman's attorney, told WDIV.
Crystal Gail Amerson thought she was experiencing food harming early Sunday when she arose to stomach pains that made them hurried to the washroom, as per the Pensacola News Journal. According to USA Today reports Amerson never experienced morning sickness or any dramatic weight gain during her first pregnancy.
Hospital staff and workers immediately rushed to the woman's aide.
A student who goes to school with the teens said she won't stop worrying about them until all of them are found safe.
Deliz remains in custody and his next court appearance is scheduled in May.