THIS is the horrifying moment a gran was mauled by a German Shepherd owned by YouTube star KSI's brother.
Chilling footage shows Oladeji Olatunji's dog savaging his neighbour Jennifer Selby-Springthorpe as she collected a parcel from his house in Holme, near Peterborough.
The dog, called Tank, escaped from the gated house and bit the woman several times in the horror attack in in July, 2018.
YouTuber Olatunji, 23, - who has more than nine million subscribers himself - is the younger brother of KSI, 26, who has 20.8million subscribers.
CCTV footage shows the hound race towards the grandmother, who is trapped inside 23-year-old Olatunji's house's drive.
She battles to hold off the German Shepherd, but it continues lunging, leaving her with "nasty injuries".
The terrified woman tries to flee when Olatunji's electronic gates are finally opened.
HORROR DOG ATTACK
But the dog continues to stalk her as it follows her through the open gates.
Olatunji's mum, Olayinka Olatunji, 53, is then seen racing towards the dog to control it.
The woman suffered multiple puncture wounds, extensive bruising and scratches to her legs and chest.
She was admitted to hospital twice after her wounds became swollen and infected
The woman's son-in-law was also bitten during the attack.
The dog was finally dragged inside by Oladeji Olatunji’s father.
Cambridge Crown Court has ordered the dog to be destroyed..
But Olatunji has begged for help to save Tank.
In a video on his YouTube channel, Olatunji said: "I'm going to be appealing to save Tank's life and I want you to just help me."
Olatunji and Olayinka Olatunji who also lived at the property, failed to control the dog as it launched its attack.
Judge David Farrell fined Oladeji Olatunji, £2,500 and ordered him to pay £5,845 in kennel costs.
Olayinka Olatunji was sentenced to a 12-month community order with 80 hours of unpaid work and ordered to pay £8,000 compensation to the victim and £2,082 in kennel costs.
They were both issued with a restraining order relating to the victims.
Pc Jemma Russell said: "This was, understandably, a frightening experience for the victim and her family."