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Woman gets 36 stitches after 3 attack with bottle, glasses in Times Square W Hotel: cops

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TIMES SQUARE – Police arrested three Canadian women after a brutal attack inside a Times Square hotel that left another woman with serious facial injuries.

On Sunday night, a group of people were partying inside the upscale W Hotel on Broadway when the fight broke out just before midnight.

Three Ontario women, Monique Boakye-Yiadom, 35; Aleesha O Williams, 26; and Amy C. Walker, 30, grabbed a bottle and drinking glasses and struck the victim, a 35-year-old Stamford woman, in the head, according to police.

Port Authority police arrested Aleesha O Williams (left), Amy C Walker (center) and Monique Boakye-Yiadom (right) in the stabbing near Times Square. (Port Authority Police Dept.)

Port Authority police arrested Aleesha O Williams (left), Amy C Walker (center) and Monique Boakye-Yiadom (right) in the stabbing near Times Square. (Port Authority Police Dept.)

The woman suffered serious lacerations but was able to give chase when her attackers fled the hotel in a black Chrysler.  She spotted Port Authority Police Officer Dan DeVirgilio near the Lincoln Tunnel and told him what happened.

Port Authority police found the three women inside the vehicle near the W Hotel and arrested them, impounding the car.  All three women face charges of gang assault, assault, and criminal possession of a weapon.

An ambulance rushed the woman to Bellevue hospital where she received 36 stitches to her face.