Stamford woman accused of vandalizing ex’s and ex-friend’s cars, ‘pulling a Carrie Underwood’

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STAMFORD — A Stamford woman is charged with two counts of criminal mischief after police say she vandalized cars belonging to her ex-boyfriend and her former friend.

Shannon Csapilla, 20, was charged Thursday and released after posting bond.

The pair discovered their cars had been keyed and their tires were slashed the morning on August 7 and called police. Police say Csapilla scratched the word “wore” into the paint of the woman’s car and assumed she forgot the “h.”  Police say Csapilla also sent harassing texts to her ex-boyfriend admitting to keying the cars.

When Csapilla arrived at police headquarters, she denied the vandalism.  But it’s what she did next on social media that really got her in trouble. When she left police headquarters, police say Csapilla took a picture of the building and posted it to Snapchat writing “Stamford police have nothing on me.”

Police obtained two arrest warrants from a judge and took her into custody at her home.

One has to wonder if Csapilla is a Carrie Underwood fan. In her hit song “Before He Cheats” she sings “I dug my key into the side of his pretty little suped up 4 wheel drive, carved my name into his leather seats. I took a Louisville slugger to both headlights, slashed a hole in all 4 tires, maybe next time he’ll think before he cheats.”