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Venue posts phone call exposing bride for lying about being forced to hold wedding during pandemic.

Venue posts phone call exposing bride for lying about being forced to hold wedding during pandemic.

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The COVID-19 pandemic may be putting a stop to wedding celebrations all over the world, but it hasn't managed to entirely put a stop to "bridezilla" behavior. One bride, furious at having her wedding rescheduled due to coronavirus, slammed her wedding venue online, claiming they tried to force her to go through with her wedding in the midst of the pandemic. The wedding venue has since responded, denying her claims, and sharing the receipts to prove it.

In a lengthy blog post, the bride first accused the venue of insisting on "business as usual" for her March 20th wedding in Georgia, against CDC guidelines and despite the governor declaring a state of emergency.

The bride said she wrote the blog post because she wanted to "warn future brides" against using this venue, which she claimed puts "money over people":

This blog post is simply an effort to warn future brides in how this venue handled a wedding at an unprecedented time during a global pandemic and possibly prevent another bride from going through a similar experience.

She claimed that the venue tried to bully her into moving ahead with her wedding, knowing she would have to cancel and they would get to keep the money:

Sources: Facebook
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