Hell hath no fury like a millennial with bad spelling. Unfortunately, there's no backspace option when you're keying your ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend's car, so once you misspell "WHORE" as "WORE," you've just got to blame it on your key's damn autocorrect.

Shannon Csapilla, 20, was arrested last week for criminal mischief after she allegedly vandalized her ex-boyfriend's car as well as the car belonging to his new girlfriend in Stamford, Connecticut. The Stamford Advocate reports:

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.

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.

Csapilla went to the police for questioning, but was apparently uncooperative. But then she decided to Snapchat about it, photographing the police headquarters and writing, "Stamford police have nothing on me." One of the people who saw that message contacted the police about it. Hohn said, "Unbeknownst to her, we did have enough and we obtained two arrest warrants from a judge and took her into custody at her home."

Csapilla posted an inspirational message on Instagram, with this caption, "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."

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Csapilla was released on $10,000 bond and is not allowed to contact her ex-boyfriend or his girlfriend.