Teen faces charges over alleged racist Snapchat video of another teen

EASTON, Pa. (AP) -- A Pennsylvania prosecutor is pursuing ethnic intimidation and harassment charges against a 14-year-old student accused of making a racist video of another student eating chicken.

Prosecutor John Morganelli told a news conference Tuesday in Easton he will bring the charges in juvenile court.

The student recorded a high school student eating chicken wings and, in narrating the piece, used a slur and made references to "being broke and on welfare." The video was shared on social media. Morganelli calls it "reprehensible."

The black 16-year-old student was accused of assaulting the white student in retaliation. His attorney told The Morning Call he recently accepted a form of probation in juvenile court.

The white student's attorney tells the newspaper "as offensive as the video was, physically assaulting someone is worse."