A woman has been shamed in an online group for stealing her sister’s boyfriend – and marrying him.
The bride, from North Carolina, USA, slept with her twin sister’s then boyfriend and going on to wed him.
Posting in the Facebook group “ That’s it, I’m Wedding Shaming (non ban-happy edition) ” a woman wrote: “So, there’s a girl that lives in my hometown… we will call her Sister One.
“Her twin sister, I’ll call her Sister Two, was dating a guy and Sister One decided to go behind her back and have relations with this guy.”
Relations was later clarified to mean sexual intercourse.
The poster continued: “The guy ends up leaving Sister Two to be with Sister One.
“You guessed it, they then got married.”
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The woman also added that the sisters are identical twins, but that they are no longer in contact with each other.
The Facebook page is a group who share photographs of people’s weddings and “shame” them with funny, or sometimes scathing, comments.
Attached to the post were several photographs of Sister One’s wedding day including a purple cake with Mr & Mrs as a topper and a snap of her wedding gown.
Other members of the group were quick to just on the post which now has nearly 200 comments and 346 likes.
One person wrote: “A trashy wedding for trashy people – they’re both a**holes.”
Another said: “I have a twin and could never imagine doing something like this to her.
“I would never even talk to a guy she dated because it’s weird to me.”
A third wrote: “As a twin mom, this breaks my heart.
“I can’t imagine my boys doing that to each other.”
One person damned the wedding and said: “He’s gross and she’s even grosser for betraying her sister.
“Someone who she literally shared the womb with – I hope their marriage doesn’t last for S**t.”
Some joked about the situation with a woman posting: “A halter dress? What in the early 00s is that travesty?”
Another said: “Did the guy know the swap happened?”
While others weren’t so quick to judge, saying: “Maybe the first sister was a psychopath and this pair fell in love because they’re better suited personality-wise?
“I reserve my judgement.”
A further poster shared a similar experience, and said: “I know someone this happened to, identical twins as well.
“The couple just took off and got married – from what I remember the girls never spoke again and the one left behind died from a brain tumour several years later.
She added: “The situation created a huge rift in the whole family.”
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Others simply expressed disgust and many said “ew”.
Here’s hoping a solution can be found for the twins which leads to a happy ending for all.
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