Bride allegedly keeps $30K people donated to help pay for wedding she canceled

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Chisme alert! Chisme alert! You know when you come across chisme so good that you just can't keep it to yourself? Well, that's what we've got going on here. We came across a thread on Reddit about a bride who postponed her wedding but is allegedly keeping the $30,000 that people donated to help pay for the wedding. Told you the chisme was good.

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Can you imagine donating money to help someone pay for their wedding and then having them cancel the wedding but keep the money? It's outrageous. What's even more outrageous is that this particular bride is going to use the money for a honeymoon before the wedding and then wants people to donate more money when she does reschedule.

Keep reading for all the juicy chisme we came across.

The bride cancels the wedding but keeps the money.

In the post above, the bride informs invited guests and those who contributed to funding her wedding that the wedding has been canceled. She also thanks everyone for their "generous early donations" that add up to $30,000. She plans to reschedule the wedding, but in the meantime, she will be keeping the donated money to use on a pre-wedding honeymoon and will hit everyone up for more donations when she announces a new wedding.

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What in the what?!

What in the what?!

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So basically, she crowd-funded her wedding. Then when she had $30K in donations, she decided to use the money intended for the wedding on a honeymoon, which isn't a honeymoon because THERE HAS BEEN NO WEDDING. Oh, and then she asks for more money for whenever she decides to reschedule the wedding, and then she plugs her registry on Amazon.

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And what do her donors have to say about it all?

As you can imagine, most of the reactions to the bride's post are of a WTF nature. Someone made a joke that the bride should stop "day drinking." All the negative commentary was making Pam, the bride, feel very "attacked and hanged up on." Pobrecita...NOT!

One uncle even got litigious.

One man supposedly donated $12K and wants it all back because he donated it under the assumption that it would be used for the wedding and that his entire family would attend. The bride thinks he needs to "have some freaking class" instead of asking for his money back and calling her out on social media.

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Some aren't buying any of it!

Some people are calling hoax on the whole thing and saying that the original post by the bride and all the following comments are fake and fabricated to bring attention to the website that first shared them. That's totally possible, but this story is so good that we hope it gets turned into a movie or something. We'd tune in.