A bride who found out her fiancé was cheating the night before their wedding read his texts instead of her vows


The moment a bride decided to reveal her fiancé’s unfaithfulness has gone viral – because she unveiled his cheating ways during their wedding.

One woman claims she found out the man she was about to marry was cheating on her the night before their big day.

Casey, as she calls herself, told her story on Whimm. She had been enjoying a glass of wine with her friends the night before her wedding to the man she had been in a relationship with for six years, when she received a text message from an unknown number.

"I wouldn't marry him. Will you?" the message read, followed by screenshots and pictures of Casey’s husband, ‘Alex’ and conversations between him and a dark-haired woman.

“The texts were dated from months to only days before,” the bride wrote.

My brain simply could not compute WTF was going on. There was no questioning the legitimacy of these messages. I just knew.

She posted some of the messages between them:

This weekend. You and I. It is on, hot stuff. Bring your A game.

Your body is f***ing 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 burst into tears upon reading the incriminating messages, and her friends encouraged her to call the wedding off.

She had a better idea.

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. I arrived at the front of the room, took a big breath and I faced our friends, our parents and I told them the truth about Alex.

'There will be no wedding today,' I announced.

'It seems Alex is not who I thought he was.'

Friends and family were shocked by the admission and Alex attempted to “grab” her hands and prevent her from talking. It was too late, though, and hidden in between her flowers was her phone.

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.

Adam hightailed it out of the church.


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