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Bride ditched at altar after groom said he was running late – then failed to show up || A bride was ditched at the altar by her groom who said he was running late in an Uber then failed to show up at all.

Sasha Aristide discovered she wasn’t going to marry her partner of ten years when he did not arrive at their wedding.

The 29-year-old was left heartbroken when partner Kevin Hyppolite, 30, bailed on their big day, just before they were due to marry in front of 125 guests.

The nurse practitioner said he initially claimed to have got lost in his Uber on the way to the ceremony.

After waiting three hours and with him still missing, Sasha realised the marriage wasn’t going to go ahead.

 Youngman Dumps Bride At Altar After He Said He Was Running Late - then failed to show up
Youngman Dumps Bride At Altar After He Said He Was Running Late – then failed to show up
Sasha and Kevin at Sasha Birthday in March with Martha, Sasha maid of honour 

“I had no clue whatsoever that he was not planning to show up or having cold feet,” she said on podcast Real Fix.

“I spoke to him the night before, he literally said ‘I love you I can’t wait to marry you.’

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“We were talking the whole day.

“I realised at 2.30pm and at that point I didn’t have any emotions.

“I was so numb and in shock. I felt like I was in a trance.”

In December 2017, former office manager Kevin popped the question and the couple began planning a lavish $20,000 (£15,400) wedding the following October.

Kevin had proposed the October before || Youngman Dumps Bride At Altar After He Said He Was Running Late – then failed to show up

Sasha, from Brooklyn, New York, USA, said she had no indication that Kevin did not want to commit in the run up to the big day.

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With hindsight, she said the first sign something wasn’t right was a phone call from her florist.

“My florist called me and told me that the venue had not allowed her in to set up the flowers,” she said.

“I called Kevin and he told me he was running late.

“I didn’t worry because the ceremony wasn’t until 5pm, with a drinks reception before.

“But then at 1.30pm, one of my bridesmaids told me that her brother had called the venue asking for the address and he had been told that there was no wedding scheduled for today.

“Alarm bells went off in my head.”

Kevin explained his absence by saying his Uber was late || Youngman Dumps Bride At Altar After He Said He Was Running Late – then failed to show up

Sasha continued getting ready with her six bridesmaids and maid of honour in her Long Island hotel room.

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But when guests started arriving, she was informed the venue had not received the full payment.

Despite Sasha’s efforts to track down her husband-to-be, Kevin couldn’t be located and claimed his Uber had been delayed.

She continued: “To the last minute, he said he was coming, he told me he was on his way.

“He kept lying the whole time.”

A couple of weeks after the disastrous event, Sasha said Kevin reached out to her, but the damage was done.

Sasha said: “I had no intentions of getting back with him.

“Anyone who would do that to you definitely does not love you or care about you.

“I cut off all connections with him.”

Sasha and Kevin on holiday during happier times (

Sasha says she is now focused on adjusting to life as a single woman and despite her heartache, still has hopes to start a family in the future.

When approached for comment Kevin did admit that he didn’t show up to the wedding but said: “It wasn’t intentional, it wasn’t planned, it just happened that way”.

 

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