Teen arrested after bragging about robbing a bank on YouTube

Hannah Sabata 
By: Anika Rao 

(Scroll down for video) A teen struck out with the law after she posted a video to YouTube, bragging about robbing a bank, according to video uploaded to the Internet.

The 19-year-old woman of Nebraska, was arrested for bank robbery last week, after posting the video on YouTube raving about the theft.

Hannah Sabata of Stromsburg, was arrested on Wednesday, the day she uploaded the video to YouTube. She was wearing the same clothes as in the video, which matched the description of the clothing worn by the bandit.

"I just stole a car and robbed a bank," she wrote. "Now I'm rich, I can pay my financial aid for college and tomorrow I'm going to go shopping. Bite me. I love GREENDAY!" She wrote along with her video.

The video included music by Greenday, captions and handmade signs that Sabata used to communicate that she stole a Pontiac Grand Am and then stole cash from the Waco Cornerstone Bank branch "with a gun, pillowcase and note.” She fans a stack of dollar bills and wrote that she made off with $6,256.

"I told my mother that today was the best day of my life :),” a caption said when the money appeared on the video. "She thinks I met a new guy," she added.

The York County Sheriff's Department said they had recovered nearly $30.

Sabata said she is a victim of the government because state officials took her baby away and accused her of child neglect.

According to the warrant, someone alerted authorities after receiving a little cryptic text message from Sabata indicating that she had more than $6,000.