Douchey YouTube video leads to girl bank robber’s arrest

by 6 years ago

Hannah Sabata might be just your average 19-year-old posting dumb things on social media. The minor difference is that her YouTube heroics led to an arrest for bank robbery.


Sabata was arrested last week after allegedly stealing a car and robbing a Waco area bank, only to post brags about her crimes on YouTube.

In the video, Sabata brags about stealing a “shiny new” Pontiac Grand-Am along with almost $7,000 from the Waco bank.

Sabata claims that the reason she committed the crime was because of a vendetta against the government.

The government stole my baby … and they took him away before I could even take him home,” Sabata writes on a series of flash cards in the video as transcribed by Huffington Post. “[T]hey charged me with child neglect … I may not be a mother anymore but I can still find purpose.”

According to the York County Sheriff’s Department, all but $30 of the money Sabata stole was recovered by police after the arrest.

The best part? With the near $7,000, the YouTube upload of Sabata’s video — allegedly written by the teen — claims “Now I’m rich.” I’m sure it would have gone to well-researched mutual fund investments.

If you want to see the “Chick Bank Robber” manifesto, classily set to Green Day’s “Warning”, you can check it out below

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