Woman Jailed For Not Returning Jennifer Lopez Movie Monster-In-Law

We don't know which is the worse crime: renting Jennifer Lopez's 2005 movie Monster-In-Law or not returning it.

According to Fox Carolina, the Pickens County Sheriff's Office has arrested Kayla Michelle Finley, 27, because she failed to return the video tape she rented from Dalton Video, which has long gone out of business, back in 2005.

Back then, the video rental company had sent Finley letters to return the video, but never received a reply from the woman, so they reported the crime to the cops and a warrant was issued for her arrest.

Nine years after she was supposed to return the three-day video rental, Finely went to the sheriff's station to report an unrelated police matter when the deputies found the warrant, and threw her in jail overnight.

After her release, Finley wrote on Facebook, "It's obvious that Pickens County has nothing better to do. I fully intend on fighting this. It's ridiculous that I had this happen to me."

We propose that Finley be absolved of the crime of not returning the video, because watching Monster-In-Law was punishment enough.

Photo: Pickens Co. Sheriff's Office

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