The story starts here....
In case you you've not heard of this case before, here's the short version: Four days before the wedding the groom bails out, jilting our poor innocent young lady and leaving her with a bill for $100,000! As this happened in Chicago, he's liable under the law (Not that WUvians care a hoot about that.)
I 've tried, but failed, to find a complete list of expenditures but here's a partial list that should shed some light on the bride's state of mind:
$30,000 for the banquet hall
$11,000 for the flowers & lighting
$7,500 for the photographer (I never made that kind of money!)
$5,000 for the gown and accessories
$600 for the shoes
Just how weird is it that a wedding of Joe Sixpack and Jane Slymfast should cost 6 figures? How much did he know about the arrangements? Hollywood would have us believe that the groom is just a necessary evil at a wedding and should really keep his opinions to himself. So, should he be liable? How about giving him a "two thumbs up" for having enough sense to get the hell out of Dodge in time?
OK WUvians, which side of this weird situation do you fall on?
Video Clip from Fox News on the story