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A good Samaritan has agreed to pay the bills of a woman set alight by her estranged boyfriend, according to reports.
Naomie Breton, 34, was set on fire at a Boynton Beach, Fla., gas station and was later billed more than $500 for towing services, WPTV reported. Breton was billed after her car and her boyfriend's car, which remains under her name, were towed from the scene.
According to the station, the stranger, who wished to remain anonymous, saw Breton's story on air and decided to help.
"You're going to make me cry," Breton told the anonymous woman, according to WPTV.
The woman said she was surprised Breton was being billed and that no one had offered to help make payments.
"Perfect stranger. She didn't know me, she didn't have to do what she did for me," said Breton.
Breton's boyfriend, 52-year-old Roosevelt Mondesir, faces a charge of attempted first-degree murder for the attack.
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