You may now kiss-off the bride!
The years-long legal battle over a canceled big-bucks Manhattan wedding has finally reached a resolution.
Bradley Moss of Long Island and Amy Bzura of New Jersey were all set for a lavish, $378,000 wedding at the Pierre Hotel when the groom’s parents put the kibosh on the October 2016 nuptials.
The trouble began at a rehearsal dinner, when Moss’s parents, Robert and Wendy, got into a heated argument with one of the bride’s brothers.
They took it upon themselves to cancel the wedding against the couple’s wishes and called guests to tell them not to show up, according to court papers.
A tortured legal drama unfolded when Robert Moss threatened to disinherit his son if he didn’t kick Amy to the curb, and police were called to escort the would-be bride to collect her belongings from their apartment.
Bradley Moss then sued Amy — and her dad — for the return of the $125,000, square emerald-cut diamond engagement ring he’d given her.
Amy’s dad Bruce Bzura promptly sued the groom’s parents in Manhattan Federal Court.
Lawyers for both sides told a judge last month they’d reached “a settlement in principle” in the case between the parents.
They did not release details on who did for better, for worse, for richer or for poorer.
Date Posted: Sunday, September 29th, 2019 , Total Page Views: 422
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