Calls for person who 'spiked' groom to pay for new wedding after distressing video emerges

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By Asiya Ali

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People are calling for the person who allegedly spiked a groom's drink to pay for another wedding for the couple so they can renew their vows.

The bride, whose name is Brandy, took to TikTok to share the scary moment her groom, Billy, began acting strange right before they were due to wed.

The video revealed that Billy had supposedly been spiked with Adderall, a medication that contains a combination of dextroamphetamine and amphetamine, and that the effects were not only terrifying but potentially "fatal".

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

Watch the video below:
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However, the footage has now gone viral and amassed 9.4 million views and 790.6K likes, with many users calling for the person behind the incident to pay for the renewal of the couple's wedding vows.

Elyse Myers on TikTok, wrote: "I NEED TO KNOW HOW WE CAN HELP Y’ALL HAVE A REDO."

Another TikToker who goes by the handle, Tinx, wrote: "Who would do such a thing! I’m so sorry! Whoever did it needs to pay for a do-over."

A third user said: "Not me wondering if you can sue for the entire cost of your wedding and recreate a better one."

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A fourth commented: "I’d renew vows same time next year to make things right so he can remember every special moment," to which Brandy replied: "Yes we thought the same it is necessary because Billy doesn’t remember."

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According to WebMD, if the medication interacts with alcohol, it could potentially cause some serious harm. Per the American Addiction Centers, the combination puts the body at an increased risk of accident or seizures.

The side effects include causing nausea, vomiting, dehydration, hurting an individual's judgment, lack of reaction, coordination, and blurred vision.

The bride wrote that her husband experienced those side effects, writing: "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."

Featured image credit: Bogdan Trush / Alamy

Calls for person who 'spiked' groom to pay for new wedding after distressing video emerges

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By Asiya Ali

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People are calling for the person who allegedly spiked a groom's drink to pay for another wedding for the couple so they can renew their vows.

The bride, whose name is Brandy, took to TikTok to share the scary moment her groom, Billy, began acting strange right before they were due to wed.

The video revealed that Billy had supposedly been spiked with Adderall, a medication that contains a combination of dextroamphetamine and amphetamine, and that the effects were not only terrifying but potentially "fatal".

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

Watch the video below:
[[tiktokwidget||https://www.tiktok.com/@brandy_billy/video/7114781102191136046]]

However, the footage has now gone viral and amassed 9.4 million views and 790.6K likes, with many users calling for the person behind the incident to pay for the renewal of the couple's wedding vows.

Elyse Myers on TikTok, wrote: "I NEED TO KNOW HOW WE CAN HELP Y’ALL HAVE A REDO."

Another TikToker who goes by the handle, Tinx, wrote: "Who would do such a thing! I’m so sorry! Whoever did it needs to pay for a do-over."

A third user said: "Not me wondering if you can sue for the entire cost of your wedding and recreate a better one."

[[imagecaption|| Credit: TikTok.]]
[[imagecaption|| Credit: TikTok]]
[[imagecaption|| Credit: TikTok]]

A fourth commented: "I’d renew vows same time next year to make things right so he can remember every special moment," to which Brandy replied: "Yes we thought the same it is necessary because Billy doesn’t remember."

[[imagecaption|| Credit: TikTok.]]

According to WebMD, if the medication interacts with alcohol, it could potentially cause some serious harm. Per the American Addiction Centers, the combination puts the body at an increased risk of accident or seizures.

The side effects include causing nausea, vomiting, dehydration, hurting an individual's judgment, lack of reaction, coordination, and blurred vision.

The bride wrote that her husband experienced those side effects, writing: "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."

Featured image credit: Bogdan Trush / Alamy