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A Florida woman was arrested over the weekend after she allegedly set fire to a car that she mistakenly thought belonged to her ex-boyfriend. 

The jilted 19-year-old was seen on a surveillance video torching the Honda Accord on Aug. 27 in Clearwater. 

The video was released by Clearwater police about a week ago, leading to Saturday's arrest of Carmen Chamblee, who was charged with second-degree arson.

Chamblee reportedly told police that she thought the car belonged to her ex, but she was wrong. 

The man who owns the car, Thomas Jennings, told local TV station WFTS that he had never seen Chamblee before.

The video showed Chamblee using a rag and flammable liquid to ignite the car's gas tank. She then tossed other materials into the car's open trunk in an effort to fully incinerate the vehicle.

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