A pair of teenage roommates in Liverpool were sentenced to rehabilitation programs after pleading guilty to helping a team of violent robbers clean $61,500 in stolen cash with nail polish remover. According to the Telegraph, Nakitta Morrison and Holly Davidson, both 19, were recruited for the cleanup crew after Davidson fell for the gang’s ringleader, “Big” Marlon Benjamin. Benjamin and others successfully ambushed a G4S security van delivering cash to a gas station, but turned to Morrison and Davidson for help after a dye pack inside the cash box exploded, supplying the women with bleach and nail polish remover. Inside their otherwise “untidy” apartment, police found a spotless bathroom, a trash bag full of ruined cash, empty bleach bottles, and a stained T-shirt. Spring Break forever.