Bride Takes Gun Out Of Wedding Dress, Shoots The Groom

A newly-married bride was arrested after she allegedly fired a gunshot in the air and even pointed the gun at her groom

Thankfully, it was not loaded at the time. The assault began soon after the marriage.

The 25-year-old bride was arrested by Policemen in Tennessee, South of United States of America, after she allegedly put a gun in her groom's head during an argument only hours after the couple said, "I do".

According to the police, Kate Elizabeth Prichard, the 25-year-old newly-wed, hadn't even made it out of her wedding dress before being handcuffed.

Nothing says "till death do us part" like your wife taking a gun from her wedding dress and pulling the trigger hours after you two say I do. Prichard then loaded the gun and fired it in the air which caused people to leave the scene and run for safety.

The recently married couple might not remain married for long now. A witness told officers Prichard pulled a gun out of her wedding dress and pulled the trigger during the argument.

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Witnesses informed the police the couple was drinking and arguing when their feud escalated and they came outside the motel.

She was charged with aggravated domestic abuse and remanded in the Rutherford county jail.

"After the incident, she went to the bathroom and disposed of the weapon hiding it in the bathroom", said Evans.

"Officers let the husband know the honeymoon was over", Murfreesboro police Sgt. Kyle Evans said.

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