2nd Lawsuit Filed Over $325K Wedding That Never Happened

By Evann Gastaldo,  Newser Staff
Posted Feb 13, 2017 5:11 PM CST
2nd Lawsuit Filed in $325K Wedding Mess
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The full, crazy story, or at least one side of it, behind a $125,000 engagement ring lawsuit has been revealed. In November, Bradley Moss sued his former fiancee, Amy Bzura, for the return of said engagement ring after their planned October nuptials did not come to pass, though no explanation for calling it quits was given; that suit is still pending. Now, Bzura's family has filed its own lawsuit against Moss' family over the whole mess, and the New York Post has the details. It seems that on Oct. 28, 2016, the night before the wedding, a brawl erupted at the rehearsal dinner in Manhattan. For reasons not clear, Moss' parents did not want Bzura's brother to make his toast, and Moss' father even threatened to kick him out, the lawsuit declares. The mother of the groom got involved, and then the groom's brother hit the bride's brother, per the suit.

The groom's dad, while being held back by the father of the bride, allegedly attempted to charge the bride's brother. The bizarre night ended with Moss' dad threatening to cut his son out of his will and the family business if he went through with the wedding, and Moss' mom calling guests to let them know the wedding was off, according to the lawsuit. The reason for the new suit: Bzura's dad says he was footing the bill for the $325,000 wedding, and that once it was canceled, Moss' dad agreed to pay for the $89,919 portion that covered his son's 79 guests—but hasn't actually paid up yet. The Moss' lawyer says the suit is "bogus,' while a blogger at Jezebel marvels: "This story still takes the Worst Rehearsal Dinner cake, then smashes that cake on the ground." And Cosmopolitan is curious about the brother's toast that never was: "What the hell was Adam going to say?!" (This wedding went on, but then the salmonella kicked in.)

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