When working on a character rig (First time) I attempted to go in and fix it's weights. Apparently afterwards I gave the, "Neck" bone of our character the weights of the, "Chest" bone. No matter as I go in and remove the weights that the Neck Bone has influence on. However even after removing the weights the Neck bone had influence on, the mesh beforehand still moves with the Neck Bone even after removing the weights, I've never seen this personally. In fact when scaling the Neck bone, it acts with it's normal weights yet rotating it gives it the influence of the removed weights mentioned previously.
Here is a, "Before" picture of the mesh and Armature before fixing the weights as mentioned.
The selected bone in this picture is the, "Chest" bone with it's appropriate weights assigned.
Afterwards this is the same file with the, "Neck" bone selected. As you can see, no weights are assigned to the mesh below it.
Here is an example of what it's SUPPOSED to look like after rotating only the, "Neck" bone.
However in this example, this is the file AFTER I adjusted the weights to fix them (Moved the hair out of the way) in it's rest position.
As you can see, once I move the Neck bone in the new file with the adjusted weights, part of the character's scarf moves along with the Neck bone even though there are no weights assigned.
I've no experience in weight painting, only a couple of tutorials here and there. The specifics of this problem I am not familiar with.
NOTE. While I was fixing the weights I also added two new bones in her armature, "Shoulder" bones. They have no weight influence and they have not been touched since then. They were created by duplicating the, "Chest" bone and renamed and parented since then. I'm not sure if that has any influence on anything?
Thank you for any help on this matter. Usually when I run into problems I can fix them on my own by searching them up but this is something I'm having a hard problem finding/figuring out and had to resort asking on here. Any help is appreciated, thank you!
Edit 1: Here are the BEFORE and AFTER files of the weight paint changes.
Thank you for any help!