A 20-year-old girl carved “wore” into her ex-boyfriend’s new girlfriend’s car this past weekend in an attempt to presumably call her a “whore.” To make matters worse, she then decided to puncture the tires of said car before being taken into custody by the police for her actions.
Per Stamford Advocate:
Shannon Csapilla, 20, of Newfield Avenue, was charged Thursday with two counts of first-degree criminal mischief and released after posting a $10,000 court appearance bond.
Lt. Diedrich Hohn said that early on the morning of Aug. 7, the cars of Csapilla’s ex-boyfriend and one of her girlfriend’s had been keyed and their tires punctured in the city. Scratched into the paint on the woman’s car was the word “wore.” Figuring there should have been a “h” in the word, police believed they had arrived at a motive for the crime, Hohn said.
The worst thing a girl has done to me after a break-up is send me a box with a lone condom in it, and even that screamed “I’m crazy” to me. But going scorched earth and destructing a motor vehicle? That’s next level Swim Fan stuff.
Yesterday, she posted a somewhat ironic Instagram photo defending herself and her actions, but it doesn’t exactly seem like self awareness and decision making are her strong suits so we’ll chalk this one up as just another mistake.
To everyone out there who thinks they "know" what happened, or simply to everyone who thinks what I did was "hysterical": What I did wasn't okay, but what you all are doing to me isn't, by any means, okay either. I'm grateful to have a strong head on my shoulders, and I can only count my blessings that I am not suicidal. Would that story have gone viral as well? Punishment for my actions isn't to be taken into the hands of the general public, but to be dealt with through the law. Of course, the whole world will state their opinions, but to think how I must feel? Don't worry, I'm not an English major. We all make mistakes. Move on with your lives.
Crazy as she may be, you can’t deny that this girl brings some heat in the looks department. Her Instagram feed almost erases how crazy she may or may not be.
It appears as though she’s on the market if anyone’s looking to ride the wave and take a walk on the wild side. .
[via Stamford Advocate]
Image via Stamford Police Department