Bride Arrested After Wedding Guests Get Sick From Food Served Laced With Marijuana

Bride Arrested After Wedding Guests Get Sick From Food Served Laced With Marijuana


Bride Arrested After Wedding Guests Get Sick From Food Served Laced With Marijuana

If you have a party and you serve food to your guests, you make it a point that they have freshly cooked and safe to eat food. The last thing you want is to play tricks with what you serve because you don’t want to deal with guests complaining they got sick from your food.

But that’s exactly what this bride did allegedly with the help of her caterer…

Danya Glenny, 42, from Florida, and Joycelyn Bryant, 31, could be charged with tampering, negligence and marijuana delivery after they served guests with food that has been laced with marijuana. The incident happened on February 19. Guests were said to have been enjoying themselves at the event when they suddenly fell ill.

The police were called to the scene and they immediately took some samples from the food for testing. And according to an arrest affidavit, the lasagna and a piece of bread tested positive for Tetrahydrocannabinol or THC!

You see, THC is the main psychoactive compound in cannabis that produces the high sensation. Reports say that a number of guests in the said event have suffered from stomach aches and experienced vomiting, some during the party. Others required medical assistance and were taken to hospital. According to one of the attendees, they felt ‘ill and high.’

Several guests who had complained of nausea and vomiting were treated by emergency personnel. According to a report, one of the guests who was sent to South Seminole Hospital for treatment declared his intention to file a police case against those responsible.

In an interview with WFTV 9 with Miranda Cady who was also there, “We’re all just enjoying and celebrating our friend’s success on the dance floor, having fun catching the bouquet. I just started feeling a little bit dizzy, just kind of like the room was spinning a little bit and things were distorted.”

Miranda Cady has now demanded an apology. She added: “I actually text myself at one time a message just in case I didn’t make it through the night. Whatever the reason, I think people just want an explanation.”

And when she was questioned about whether or not she had consented to food being laced with marijuana, Glenny said no.

What happened in this wedding where food was potentially being laced with drugs is not new. In fact just earlier this year, another bride’s brother laced her cake with cannabis. Alvaro Rodriguez, 29, from Santiago, Chile, created a multi-tiered wedding cake for his sister when she got married in February.

Rodriguez used a special ingredient he called “The return of the magic brownie 2.0.” He spent 20 hours making and decorating the cake. It was a beautiful wedding cake covered in white icing and flowers. The bride was aware that something ‘special’ was added to it.

He said he ‘didn’t think twice’ when his sister requested for him to add weed to one of the tiers of her cake. He explained, “I just infused it with the butter from the day before and once the brownie set I put it with the other levels with chocolate ganache, and voila.”

Unlike the previous incident, the guests of this wedding were aware that one of the tiers will give them a bit more than a sugar because of marijuana, legal for private-at-home consumption in Chile.


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