She later admitted to police that she had in fact left the tip, which has already been paid to the waitress.
After an argument with her boyfriend Michael Crane over the ticket, Serina Wolfe, 24, went to the Clear Sky Beachside Cafe in Clearwater Beach on June 27 around 9:30 a.m. and ordered a meal for $55.37, which she purchased on his credit card, adding the more-than-generous $5,000 tip.
The arrest affidavit states that the couple had a previous argument after he refused to buy her a plane ticket to return to NY.
The restaurant reportedly paid out the $5000 tip to the employee.
After they argued about the ticket, Crane placed a hold on his credit card.
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The boyfriend notified his credit card company Monday, calling it a fraudulent charge.
An employee at Clear Sky Beachside Café said Wolfe was dining alone when she completed the transaction.
Crane reported the charge as fraudulent to his credit card company when Wolfe denied making the purchase, according to the affidavit, and said he thought Wolfe "was drunk or trying to get back at him", according to the affidavit. After being read her Miranda rights, which include a warning that 'anything you say can and will be use against you in a court of law, Wolfe 'voluntarily handed [the arresting officer] the card 'and said this is the one I used to pay the $5055.37 tab, ' the arresting affidavit read.
Serina Wolfe in a police booking photo. He said they were in an argument because he wouldn't buy her a plane ticket home to NY.
Police characterised the incident as a "revenge plot", ABC News reported.