Bride shares groom's reaction after he was 'spiked' before their wedding

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By Carina Murphy

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A newlywed couple has shared a warning with social media users after revealing how their wedding was almost ruined by a prank.

Bride Brandy took to TikTok to share the terrifying moment her groom, Billy, began acting strangely right before they were due to tie the knot.

The clip revealed that Billy had been spiked with Adderall - a medication that contains a combination of dextroamphetamine and amphetamine - and that the consequences were not only scary, but potentially "fatal".

"Sharing his emotional story of having his drink spiked with crushed Adderall to bring awareness to the fatal consequences," the couple wrote on the clip, in which bride and groom can be seen dressed and ready to walk down the aisle.

However, in the footage, it's clear that something is terribly wrong as Brandy is comforting her fiancé while he panics and tries to speak.

Check out the video below:

"At this point I was worried he was gonna faint and fall down the mountain," Brandy wrote in the video. "His heart was racing, his brain was moving faster than he could form words. He tried saying his vows to me but was unable to think. His emotions [were] heightened."

Eventually, Brandy called for a nurse to examine her husband-to-be. They also had him drug tested and discovered that an unnamed wedding guest had spiked his drink with Adderall.

"Many people intentionally combined alcohol and Adderall in order to party harder and longer. So they spike others drinks thinking they will be hype all night with them." she wrote in the video.

Responding the a commenter, Brandy said that Billy's symptoms were: "Sweating, super red, heart racing, dry mouth, couldn’t form words, emotional up’s and down’s, confused at times, anger, doesn’t remember these moments [in the video]."

It concluded with a message to the guest who almost ruined their special day: "F*** you for causing such trauma to my family."

Primarily used to treat people with ADHD, Adderall can be very dangerous when combined with alcohol. Per the American Addiction Centers, the mix puts the body at an increased risk of accident or seizures.

The frightening TikTok has racked up over 6.9 million views, and thousands of comments from people extending their sympathies to the Kentucky couple.

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"I did this in college (my own prescription) & it was the worse. I thought I was gonna die – I’m so mad this happened to y’all on your wedding," one user wrote.

"Someone intentionally did that?? I am so sorry that some thoughtless person ruined your beautiful wedding like that," added another.

"That 'friend' would be arrested and gone from my life," wrote a third.

Responding to another commenter, Brandy says they are considering renewing their vows next year, writing: "It is necessary because Billy doesn’t remember."

Featured Image Credit: Steve Alejandro / Alamy

Bride shares groom's reaction after he was 'spiked' before their wedding

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By Carina Murphy

Article saved!Article saved!

A newlywed couple has shared a warning with social media users after revealing how their wedding was almost ruined by a prank.

Bride Brandy took to TikTok to share the terrifying moment her groom, Billy, began acting strangely right before they were due to tie the knot.

The clip revealed that Billy had been spiked with Adderall - a medication that contains a combination of dextroamphetamine and amphetamine - and that the consequences were not only scary, but potentially "fatal".

"Sharing his emotional story of having his drink spiked with crushed Adderall to bring awareness to the fatal consequences," the couple wrote on the clip, in which bride and groom can be seen dressed and ready to walk down the aisle.

However, in the footage, it's clear that something is terribly wrong as Brandy is comforting her fiancé while he panics and tries to speak.

Check out the video below:

"At this point I was worried he was gonna faint and fall down the mountain," Brandy wrote in the video. "His heart was racing, his brain was moving faster than he could form words. He tried saying his vows to me but was unable to think. His emotions [were] heightened."

Eventually, Brandy called for a nurse to examine her husband-to-be. They also had him drug tested and discovered that an unnamed wedding guest had spiked his drink with Adderall.

"Many people intentionally combined alcohol and Adderall in order to party harder and longer. So they spike others drinks thinking they will be hype all night with them." she wrote in the video.

Responding the a commenter, Brandy said that Billy's symptoms were: "Sweating, super red, heart racing, dry mouth, couldn’t form words, emotional up’s and down’s, confused at times, anger, doesn’t remember these moments [in the video]."

It concluded with a message to the guest who almost ruined their special day: "F*** you for causing such trauma to my family."

Primarily used to treat people with ADHD, Adderall can be very dangerous when combined with alcohol. Per the American Addiction Centers, the mix puts the body at an increased risk of accident or seizures.

The frightening TikTok has racked up over 6.9 million views, and thousands of comments from people extending their sympathies to the Kentucky couple.

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"I did this in college (my own prescription) & it was the worse. I thought I was gonna die – I’m so mad this happened to y’all on your wedding," one user wrote.

"Someone intentionally did that?? I am so sorry that some thoughtless person ruined your beautiful wedding like that," added another.

"That 'friend' would be arrested and gone from my life," wrote a third.

Responding to another commenter, Brandy says they are considering renewing their vows next year, writing: "It is necessary because Billy doesn’t remember."

Featured Image Credit: Steve Alejandro / Alamy