Three women were hospitalized following an assault near gay bar One Last Shag, in Bed-Stuy.
A nonprofit group raising money to cover the victim's expenses said she needs 24-hour supervision.
The women were hospitalized following an assault in front of One Last Shag, in Bed-Stuy.
The attack took place along West 48th Street between Eighth and Ninth avenues, police said.
The suspects beat the victim while making anti-gay statements at 395 E. 149th St., police said.
Reported attacks were up for the fourth consecutive year, according to the Anti-Violence Project.
Martin Martinez, 25, was charged with attacking two men in May, and was released on $1,500 bail.
Police said Islan Nettles, 21, was taken off of life support after being attacked on early Saturday.
Cops released sketches of two suspects in Wednesday's attack on a gay couple in Chelsea.
The assault occurred after the suspect allegedly made an anti-gay comment, cops said.
Eugene Lovendusky, 28, was punched in the face in what police are calling a hate crime.
Two men were attacked while walking in SoHo, and another man was knocked unconscious in the LES.
Gornell Roman, who pummeled his gay friend, was arrested after turning himself in.
Police were investigating the attack near Madison Square Garden as a hate crime.
Friends of alleged hate crime victim Damian Furtch described him as a gentle, sweet-natured, 6-foot-4-inch protector.
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