A heartbroken bride-to-be exposed her cheating groom instead of reading her vows, in front of all their wedding guests, after receiving incriminating evidence of his philandering the night before what was to be her big day.
In a tell-all blog post online, Casey wrote that her 6-year relationship ended at the altar, hours after an unknown number texted her screenshots of lewd messages her fiance sent another woman. The messenger, presumably the woman the groom cheated with, wrote: “I wouldn’t marry him. Will you?”
Selfies and screenshots of text messages showed that the affair had been going on for months and that her cheating groom even had another liaison with his lover only a few days prior. The vulgar texts sent by her groom include:
“This weekend. You and I. It is on, hot stuff. Bring your A game.”
“Your body is fucking incredible. And shit do you know how to use it. I wish my GF had half the skills you do.”
“I miss you so much. I can’t stop thinking about L, S, F’ing you. I’ve never had this kind of connection before.”
Casey recalled: “Every word like a dagger in my heart and my wedding was only hours away. How could I cancel when everyone had already traveled to be there and everything was paid for?”
Despite pressure from her friends to call of the wedding, Casey ultimately decided to go ahead with the wedding but planned to expose her philandering fiance in front of all their guests. She wrote:
“I walked down the aisle with leaden feet, my dream dress now just a costume. As he saw my face he knew this was not an ecstatic woman on her big day, but he had no idea what was coming.”
When it came time to read her vows, Casey said, “There will be no wedding today. It seems Alex is not who I thought he was,” before whipping out her cell phone and reading the incriminating text messages aloud.
Although her speechless ex-fiance stalked out of the church, Casey says that she had a great party with her guests, celebrating “honesty, finding true love and following your heart even when it hurts.”
Most etizens responding to Casey’s post expressed their sympathies for her while some said that she should not have exposed the man she was supposed to marry so publicly, no matter what he did:
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