“Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.”
British playwright, William Congreve, wrote that in the tragedy, The Mourning Bride in 1697.
Hundreds of years later it’s still holds true. We see stories in the news daily of love lost and tragedy that follows but this tragedy takes an extra turn into the tragedy department.
Carmen Chamblee, of Florida was trying to get love retribution when she tried to seek revenge on her ex-boyfriend.
The 19-year-old allegedly torched a car she thought belonged to her ex. As the fire rages, the woman casually walks away. It was not his car.
Thomas Jennings, the owner of the burning Honda doesn’t know the woman and the Clearwater Police Department posted the arson on its’ Facebook page after receiving surveillance footage of the crime asking if anyone knew the lady.
Obviously, someone turned her in. She in trouble now!
Chamblee was arrested Saturday morning near Clearwater in Florida and charged with second-degree arson.
Chamblee told police she believed the vehicle belonged to her ex boyfriend.
She was scheduled to appear in front of a judge on Sunday morning.
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