The ex-girlfriend of a Wall Street banker didn’t have the best reaction when her boyfriend ended the relationship.
As business executive Guy Gentile says in his own words:
I dumped her, she dumped my car.
24-year-old Russian model Kristina Kuchma, decided to send a message to her now ex-boyfriend when he suddenly ended their relationship.
The two had been dating for one-and-a-half years when the New York high frequency trading expert broke off their relationship while holidaying in the Bahamas.
According to the New York Post, Kuchma texted Gentile in broken English ‘Lier’ soon after he cut ties.
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.
41-year-old Gentile, became an FBI informant in 2007 in order to escape federal charges after getting caught in a Wall Street pump-and-dump scheme.
He came home from his holiday to find his Mercedes S400 parked very much inside his pool.
The base price for a 2017 version of this car is just over $100,000.
He told The New York Post:
My heart dropped because of [fears she was inside]. I didn’t care about the car at that moment.
But after I realised she wasn’t in it, then I start to get p****d off that she would pull something like this after everything I’ve done for her.
I dumped her. She dumped my car.
Kuchma declined to comment when the website reached out to her.
The couple were supposed to have dinner together at a local restaurant but suddenly Kuchma announced she was pregnant.
According to Gentile, his girlfriend wasn’t actually pregnant with a child but with an ‘idea’ instead.
Kuchma pitched to Gentile the idea to start a marketing business which required a gift from him of $50,000.
It was at this moment Gentile realised he must bring the relationship to an end.
I said, ‘You know what? You got the wrong guy. If you want a guy who’s going to hand you money for nothing, you got the wrong guy’.
She didn’t take this news well, deciding to throw a cup of hot green tea in his face.
Gentile should have seen the car thing coming then, especially as she swiped the keys while storming out.
Police have confirmed they were called to the scene of the incident where a crew spent over four hours getting the vehicle out of the water.
Emily Murray is a journalist at UNILAD. She graduated from the University of Leeds with a BA in English Literature and History before studying for a Masters in Journalism at the University of Salford. Emily has previously worked for the BBC, ITV and Trinity Mirror. When Emily isn’t writing about topics including mental health and entertainment, you can find her at the cinema which is her second home.