An 18-year-old Chicago woman now has missing teeth after getting punched by a police officer during a Friday protest.

Chicago community organization GoodKids MadCity posted a video of the incident on Twitter, identifying the teen as Miracle Boyd. 

Boyd's supporters said she didn't do anything wrong and that officers also stole her phone. 

In an interview with BuzzFeed News, the Chicago teen said she was hurting "tremendously" after being punched. 

"I felt that my tooth was gone and I felt like I was going f**king crazy," Boyd said. "This happened in like five minutes — from me saying 'I'm leaving' to me getting my teeth knocked out."

Around a dozen people were arrested during the protest on Friday, CBS Chicago reported

During a Monday rally, Boyd lambasted the officer who harmed her, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. 

“I am not a menace, I am not a hood rat, I am not a rebel, but a dedicated freedom fighter,” the young woman said. 

She also said she wants the officer to be "relieved of his duties."

Sen. Robert Peters, who awarded an internship to Boyd following her high school graduation, said he is furious over the incident.

"This is Miracle. She’s 18 years old and an organizer for @GKMC18. She is fighting gun violence everyday," Peters wrote on Twitter. "Last week I offered her an internship. She is just over 5 ft, 100 pounds. Tonight a police officer beat her. Knocked out her teeth. I’m sad, angry, and disgusted."

The Civilian Office of Police Accountability (COPA) in Chicago received more than 20 complaints against officers after Friday's protests, according to CBS Chicago. The officers were accused of multiple violations, including excessive force and unnecessary use of pepper spray.

COPA said it is investigating the incident involving Boyd.

“Regarding widespread video of an incident of a member of CPD striking a civilian, COPA is currently investigating,” the department said.

Police said some of the protesters used fireworks, rocks, frozen bottles and other objects to attack the officers. 

The demonstrators were demanding that the city defund the police department, CBS Chicago reported. Some were trying to take down a Christopher Columbus statue.

One social media user showed her disgust at the fact that the statue is still standing.

"They knocked a child’s f**king teeth out. over a STATUE. an INANIMATE OBJECT. CRAFTED AFTER A MURDERER. ON LAND HE STOLE," the Twitter user said.

People close to Boyd described the 18-year-old as a leader in the community.

Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle also released a statement.

"I am angered and saddened by actions Chicago Police took last night in response to a protest at the Columbus statue in Grant Park,"  Preckwinkle stated. "I am especially upset by an officer’s attack on Miracle Boyd, a recent Chicago Public Schools graduate and a leader with GoodKids MadCity." 

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot decided to condemn the protesters, NBC Chicago reported.

“Unfortunately, last night, a portion of the protesters turned violent," Lightfoot said in a statement. "A number of individuals came with frozen water bottles, rocks, bottles, cans and other gear to throw at officers. People in the crowd also threw fireworks and other incendiary devices at police, causing injury in several cases. These violent acts are unacceptable and put everyone at risk."

The mayor also said the use of excessive force by police was unacceptable.

"I have spoken to the director of the Civilian Office of Police Accountability, and she has assured me that COPA stands ready to address these complaints and will ensure that each of these is dealt with and investigated," Lightfoot said. 

People on social media described the graphic details of the violence that broke out during the protest.

One video showed police throwing protesters to the ground.

In a statement to CNN, the Chicago Police Department said 18 officers were injured during the protest. According to the department, police were "providing security and protecting their First Amendment right to peaceful assembly."

A GoFundMe campaign has been set up to help Boyd with her medical expenses. 

"Miracle Boyd, a rising young activist of GoodKids MadCity was brutally assaulted by a Chicago police department officer, an attack that was captured on video," the GoFundMe page states. "Miracle, who is 18 years old, had just spoken to a crowd protesting at the Christopher Columbus statue in Grant Park, as she continues to collaborate & mobilize around an end to systemic police violence & lack of neighborhood investment."