Carrie Underwood (and every country artist ever) has sung many a-song about ladies and the no-good fellas who sleep around on them. But I don’t recall her ever writing a ballad about a woman who keyed “whore” on her ex-boyfriend’s car, except oops, she spelled it wrong.
Shannon Csapilla, 20, was charged last Thursday with “two counts of first-degree criminal mischief and released after posting a $10,000 court appearance bond,” according to the Stamford Advocate. She suspected her ex-boyfriend and one of her girlfriends of hooking up, and to get back at them, Csapilla allegedly keyed and punctured the tires of both of their cars.
And wrote “wore” on the woman’s car.
Figuring there should have been a “h” in the word, police believed they had arrived at a motive for the crime, Hohn [the boyfriend] said. Hohn said Csapilla started sending harassing texts to her ex-boyfriend, alluding to the fact that she keyed the cars, and during at least one conversation admitted to him that she did it, Hohn said. (Via)
After speaking to the cops at headquarters, Csapilla took a Snapchat of the building and wrote, “Stamford police have nothing on me.” At least she spelled “nothing” correctly?
(Via Stamford Advocate)