Woman Allegedly Drives Ex-Boyfriend's Car Into Swimming Pool After Break Up
Even if your relationship ends on good terms, you can often find yourself feeling slightly bitter towards your ex.
It's out of your control, really. Even if you think you're fine with it all, feelings towards them are always a bit strained.
But, when it does end badly and there is real hatred between you and your ex, it's how you deal with it that determines what type of person you are.
You can mope around, watching re-runs of Friends, seeking solitude in numerous takeaways and tubs of Ben and Jerry's. You can go out of your way to make it look like you're having a great time so your former partner doesn't think your hurting. You can just forget about the whole thing. Or, in the most extreme cases, you can do something that can land you in bother with the police.
Former girlfriend of Wall Street banker Guy Gentile allegedly chose the latter, unhappy with the ending of their relationship.
The woman, a model, was dumped by Gentile over the weekend while he was in the Bahamas, after promising to finance her own business, the Daily Mail reports.
According to The New York Post the model text the banker calling him a liar after she allegedly drove his Mercedes into his pool.
"You told me you will help me to start a business! That were your words! Now you want to be an investor??? Well investor I have a surprise for you on a backyard, start with that investment idea first," another text allegedly read.
It was a brand new 2017 Mercedes S400 costs around $100,000.
Credit: Guy Gentile
"My heart dropped because of [fears she was inside]. I didn't care about the car at that moment," he said.
"But after I realised she wasn't in it, then I start to get pissed off that she would pull something like this after everything I've done for her.
"I dumped her. She dumped my car."
The break-up apparently came about after his ex requested $50,000 to start a marketing business, which he didn't take to kindly too.
He allegedly had plans to marry the woman, plans that now have been put on the back burner... As you'd expect.
The New York Post reports that a police report had been filed on the incident.
The 41-year-old reportedly became an FBI informant in 2007 to escape federal charges after getting caught in a Wall Street 'pump-and-dump' scheme, according to the Mail.
Featured Image Credit: Guy Gentile