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Amy Estrada bought her boyfriend a Dodge Nitro thinking he’d love her forever. Of course, he cheated on her, but here’s why Estrada is prospering.

The woman from Livonia, Mich. bought the vehicle and put it in her name from the start and now she’s taking it away.

“I got that car for him in my name because I thought that he was going to love me forever,” she told FOX2 Detroit. Not only did he not return the love, he channeled it elsewhere and the other woman threw down $5,000 to add upgrades to the Nitro and make it look like a Batmobile.


Screenshot/Craigslist
Screenshot/Craigslist

No joke. This dude got wheels for free from his girlfriend and then convinced the other woman to turn his life into an episode of “Pimp My Ride” behind Estrada’s back.

Estrada wasn’t having it, so she posted on Craigslist advertising that she was selling the “Batmobile” and kicking “Batman” to the curb.

She also put this sign on the vehicle:

Screenshot/FOX2 Detroit
Screenshot/FOX2 Detroit

“I outsmarted the con artist,” she said. “I knew this was the way I could kind of just hurt him back where it counted.”

(H/T Mashable)

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