Lady held a fake wedding to get back at Ex lover
Sarah Vilard, 24, has gone viral as she revealed on social media that she faked her own wedding and even hired a groom, in a desperate attempt to get back at her ex-boyfriend.
Sarah hails from Frankfurt, Germany, but split from her ex-boyfriend in 2019.
Sarah went all the way to organize an elaborate wedding day, even hiring an actor to pretend to be her groom.
Vilard and the hired groom were photographed celebrating their ‘wedding’ at the lavish Villa Kennedy in Frankfurt with her friends involved without knowing what she was up to.
Sarah later shared a pictures of the big day on TikTok, leaving users impressed at the lengths she went to in a bid to show her ex what he’s missing.
In the video, the ‘bride’ can be seen wearing a stunning white wedding dress as she poses with her ‘groom’ and a friend.
Sarah’s ex discovered the news of her so-called wedding on Instagram after she posted photos of her big day, and unsurprisingly, he was more than a little bit shocked.
‘He found out through Instagram and texted me the next day and freaked out because he thought I was cheating on him while we were together,’ Sarah said.
‘That, of course, wasn’t the case. But he came to my house and wanted to talk to me afterward. I wasn’t interested.’
Sarah was left feeling ‘satisfied’ that her elaborate plan had worked and promptly blocked and deleted him from her social media and her life.
She said: ‘I blocked him everywhere and set my profile to private and removed the pictures.
‘Yes, I am single now and super happy about it. I’m happy to be able to focus on myself.’
Many still remain shocked to discover that Sarah had spent so much money on the fake wedding. She wrote: ‘I think people think I’m crazy.
"But overall, I’ve had mostly good reactions and over 5,000 people following me." She also described her actions as fun, "I had fun planning this little project with my friends.’
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