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An Australian Bride Read Her Cheating Fiancé's Texts Instead of Her Vows

Yikes.

Hope you're ready for some Wednesday drama, because last week a woman named Casey relived her wedding day nightmare in a post on Whimm, and it is a trip. In the story, Casey details how an anonymous text she received on the eve of her wedding day led her to confront her cheating fiancé, Alex...AT THE ALTAR.

While lounging around with her bridesmaids on the night before her wedding, the bride received a series of screenshots and selfies from an unknown number with an accompanying text, "I wouldn’t marry him. Will you?" 

"The screenshots were of conversations between my husband-to-be and another woman. Loads of them, including selfies of the pair. She was the opposite of me. I’m blonde and fair, and this unknown woman had dark hair and olive skin," she wrote. "The texts were dated from months to only days before. My brain simply could not compute WTF was going on. There was no questioning the legitimacy of these messages. I just knew."

Naturally, Casey wanted Alex to feel the same pain she felt, so she waited until she reached the altar to expose her fiance's cheating ways in front of their families and friends. 

"I read every single message she sent me. With each word, more colour left Alex’s face. I let my weeping eyes rise and meet his, and he had not one thing to say. He stalked out of the church with his best man trailing behind him. His family looked on, horrified," she continued. Instead of following Alex out of the church, Casey decided to get the most of her money and stayed to enjoy what was left of the wedding.

Speaking to the crowd of confused relatives, Casey said: “I love all of you and as horrible as this is I’m glad you all are here. There will not be a wedding reception today, but instead, there will be a celebration of honesty, finding true love and following your heart even when it hurts.”

What happened to Alex? Well, guess we'll never know. At least her wedding turned out to be "one hell of a party."

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