Shannon Csapilla was pretty certain her boyfriend had cheated on her with one of her friends. So certain, in fact, that she slashed the tires on both of their cars and then keyed a message on her friend’s vehicle.
That message was “wore.”
The 20-year-old woman from Stamford, Conn., police surmised, misspelled “whore.”
Csapilla was arrested Thursday and later charged with two counts of first-degree criminal mischief after she sent angry texts to her jilting lover admitting to vandalizing the vehicles.
Another misstep contributed to the charges.
Csapilla went down to the police station and met with investigators. She denied vandalizing the vehicles and then left. Immediately after, she Snapcatted a picture of the station with the caption “Stamford Police have nothing on me.”
The News Times reported that one of the recipients of the Snapchat informed police of it.
Csapilla was released after posting $10,000 bond and even thanked the police for their hospitality while perhaps jabbing at her ex-boyfriend. While the tweet has since been taken down, here’s a screen shot: