Woman caught taking ex-boyfriend’s clothes to Goodwill

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MEMPHIS, Tenn. –A man says his ex-girlfriend was mad at him, so she gave away all  his clothes.

The victim told WREG his ex-girlfriend was caught on camera dropping off all of his clothes at Goodwill.

The video shows a woman in a car pulling up outside of a Goodwill store.

A man, who appears to work at the store, goes outside to help the woman unload items from her trunk.

The worker rolls a cart full of clothes back inside of the store, and the woman takes off.

Besides what’s shown in the video, police said Shyjuan Snowden also destroyed some of the victim’s property.

“I then in turn went to civil court,” the unidentified man said. “I sued in civil court, won a judgement of $6,500. That’s been about a year, maybe three months ago. She still has not paid me for any of those items.”

Snowden heard a list of her now criminal charges before a judge on Monday.

The woman also faces assault charges for attacking the victim following the civil court ruling.

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