I just heard about a woman that crashes weddings to get back at the groom...

@racheld (840)
United States
June 4, 2007 10:23am CST
I was listening to the radio this morning and there is this woman that got cheated on by her financee. Well she found out later that he was getting remarried, so she got all dressed up and headed to the wedding. When the priest asked, "Does anyone object?" She stood up and told everyone how he cheated on her when they were engaged, and he was cheating on the bride now. They ended up not getting married and the bride actually called this lady about 8 months later and THANKED HER. Sinc then this woman has crashed about 4 weddings. If she finds out for sure that the guy is a scumbag and is cheating or has cheated in the past, she'll wait until the wedding to let everyone know. What do you think about this? Do you think this is write or wrong? Should she be waiting till the wedding to do this?? The woman claims that once a man cheats, he's always going to cheat and I don't agree with that. I think people are very capable of changing and I think this woman has no right to interfer with other people's lives. She may be right on a few occasions but that dosn't give her the right to destroy a marriage before it even begins. What do you think?? Please share!
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@nica269 (1399)
• United States
4 Jun 07
I think she shouldn't wait until the wedding date, that's just mean spirited. If she has evidence that the groom is cheating, then deal with it before the date, not on the date. Aside from being mean, it's more embarrasing for the bride when everyone 'knows' he's a cheater. I mean if you're calling off the wedding, i'm sure the guests will suspect somethings goin on, but they will never really know.
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@devilsangel (1817)
• United States
5 Jun 07
I think she is a nut job and she's lucky she hasn't gotten beatten up by someone yet. If someone ever did that to me I'd have them arrested and continue on with what we were doing. See I know about everything my partner does and I know about everything he's done in his past. So for someone to come and start screaming out people's past history because they are bitter makes me really anoyed.
@kelly60 (4548)
• United States
5 Jun 07
Wow, waiting until the wedding is just plain wrong, not only for his sake, but for the bride's sake too. I sure would not want to be the bride standing there in front of all of my friends and family, have some woman barge in, and do this. I would not want to be the ones who put out all of the money for a big expensive wedding, just to have it ruined like this either. If she has evidence that she is cheating, she should approach the bride to be ahead of time, not wait until the wedding. This would give her the chance to decide if she really wanted to go through with it.
@elisa812 (3033)
• United States
4 Jun 07
Wow, that must be a shock! I agree with you that people can change if they truly want to and really commit to it and get help. I definitely don't think it is right of her to crash a wedding like that. If she knows that someone is being cheated on and she really feels compelled to let the bride know the truth, then she should at least have the decency to do it before the wedding day! It would be so embarassing for the innocent bride to have someone announce that in front of all their family and friends! Plus, I would be so infuriated to know that I'd just spent thousands of dollars on a wedding and then have someone pull something like that. At least if she informed her in advance, they could have time to sort things out privately and get counseling or whatever if they want, or at least call off the wedding in advance if that's the decision, and save some of that money!!