Bride's husband leaves her the day after their wedding: "It was my mother-in-law who forced him to do so"
April 13, 2023
Deciding to get married is a big step for most people and should always be very carefully considered. Of course, both bride and groom hope that they will have the perfect wedding and that their marriage will be a long, happy one. Unfortunately, this does not always turn out to be the case.
This is the story of one of these unions that went wrong. A young bride, only hours after getting married, witnessed her marriage crumble around her. Here is her story:
Jillian Kotzer is a Canadian woman who recently got married to her fiance in Mexico. But almost immediately after the nuptials, Jillian had to deal with something terrible: just 24 hours after getting married, her husband left her and took off to South Africa.
Jillian was devastated and shared her story on social media. The images she poste - and later removed - testified to the bitterness of an abandoned bride. According to Jillian, her relationship with her fiance was a good one; her relationship with her mother-in-law, however, was quite the opposite.
Jillian's fiance's mother had never been very kind to her and, according to Jillian, she kept trying to break the couple up. Jillian said that, immediately after the wedding, she saw her husband arguing bitterly with his mother about something.
"He took off his wedding ring and gave it back to me the day after the wedding," Jillian said. Most likely, the young man's mother - suffering from pathological jealousy - gave her son a choice: leave his wife or lose his mother forever. We now know what choice the young man made.
After leaving with his mother and returning to their homeland, South Africa, Jillian had to wait ages for the divorce to be finalized.
Getting along with people in general, and with family members in particular, isn't easy: one always needs a lot of patience. However, what happened in this story seems somewhat extreme, don't you think?.
Have you ever had your life change so quickly?