You are. The only thing she did wrong was have a boy friend who is both a bad driver and insensitive. Even if she were partially at fault if you want to keep the relationship, pay for the repairs.
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You are. Who else could be? Her? Because it was her car you backed into your own? I hope this is one of those questions that pranksters post. If not, no question here. You are.
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