What's more important, family or the truth? That's the conflict Reddit user u/miabee_02 recently found herself in when she informed her brother's new fiancée that she just got engaged to a deadbeat dad, four times over.
Her brother thinks she was out of line for spilling the tea (aka the existence of his own kids) to his new fiancée, but she thought the bride-to-be had a right to know before she tied the knot and/or gave birth to baby #5.
Now she's turned to the internet to ask:
Okay so I (22F) have an older brother (28) that we'll call Jamie. We've been roommates since I was about 17.
In that time, I've seen a lot of girls come and go, even when he was in a relationship with different girls.