By Easton L
It was just last Monday, millions watch the horrific scene, caught on surveillance camera, at a Florida gas station, as 34 year old Naomie Breton is set on Fire by her ex-boyfriend Roosevelt Mondesir.
To make matters worst, she was socked with a huge tow bill she accumulated while recovering in the hospital. Breton was slap with two towing bills because her ex-boyfriend car was also registered in her name.
However, thanks to a Good Samaritan who stepped up to help Breton pay the towing bills, now all is forgiven as the towing company is trying to set things straight.
The Good Samaritan, who wished to remain anonymous, restored Breton’s faith as she recovers from emotional and physical scars. “Perfect stranger,” said Breton. “She didn’t know me.”After the Good Samaritan’s gesture brought negative publicity to the tow company, the company has stepped forward to say the are reevaluating their policy. “Today the bill is well over $600, and we have received calls from many people through out the state of Florida who want to pay for her bill, said owner Andrew Zuccala from Zuccala Towing. “We will not take this money.”Zuccala Towing sent the bill to the name on the registration: Naomie Breton. “So when I found out I owed $632, that’s coming out of my pocket,” she said. “Why? For being set on fire?”Breton wanted everyone to meet the anonymous woman on Monday who offered to pay for the bill. “Number one, I wanted to say thank you to her because she was the one who was basically there for me,” said Breton.