WIVES GONE BAD: Bride Fakes Cancer to Get Wedding Freebies

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In WTF news. A friend just sent me an article about a New York woman whose husband is now divorcing her because he found out she faked having terminal cancer to get free wedding perks for their big day. Looks like, Newburgh resident Jessica Vega and her family fooled everyone, groom included, into thinking her one dying wish was to say “I do” before she had to say goodbye to her true love and small child. They ended up getting free wedding flowers, photos, an Aruba honeymoon and a whole lot more out of the deal. Vega’s claiming exercise healed her, but it looks like her original doctor’s notes were fake. So sad. (Shaking my head.)

I would do a lot of things to save some of the money we’re spending on our upcoming wedding, but faking cancer is just unthinkable! The husband’s after a quick divorce and their kid. I hope it goes well for him. Wow!

I admit, I’ve often lied to Etsy.com vendors about my actual wedding date to get my goods on time, but that’s the extent of the lying on my part! Have you ever heard of a bride lying to get her way?

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4 Responses to WIVES GONE BAD: Bride Fakes Cancer to Get Wedding Freebies

  1. Secora2010 says:

    Wow, I never heard this story. i'm a true cancer patient and I hardly even sahre that with people for fear of them pitying me. She is a whole new level of low.

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