Tell you what: if you're going to steal a car and rob a bank, the last thing you want to do is post a video about it on YouTube. It could get you arrested.
Sabata was taken into custody Wednesday on charges that she robbed the Waco bank Tuesday after stealing a car in York.
In the video titled "Chick Bank Robber," Sabata holds up handwritten signs accompanied by subtitles in which she says she's having the "best day of her life" because she stole a Pontiac Grand Am and walked away with more than $6,000 when she robbed a bank. She also holds up a large bundle of cash, demonstrating to the camera how much money she has.
Sabata also claims that she is a "victim of the government" and says she planned to pay off student loans and "go on a shopping spree."
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