Couple Throws Wedding at a $6-M Mansion Believing It was VACANT; Owner, Cops Crash on Their Big Day

Couple Throws Wedding at a $6-M Mansion Believing It was VACANT; Owner, Cops Crash on Their Big Day

Couple Throws Wedding at a $6-M Mansion Believing It was VACANT; Owner, Cops Crash on Their Big Day
Photo: Metro UK

A couple from Florida tried to tie a knot at a $5.7-million mansion, believing it was vacant. They even told their guests it was their home.

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However, reports said the confused owner confronted them on their big day along with the police.

Prior to the celebration that went wrong, they invited their  guests to spend the weekend on a 7.2-acre estate in Southwest Ranches, Florida. They also called it “The Wilson Estate” on their invitations. All was well for them, believing it was vacant.

They also invited guests to “return to their home” the day after the wedding for a “wonderful brunch.”

It later turned out that Courtney Wilson posed as a prospective buyer to visit the home several times. They even posted on a wedding website to join the couple as they celebrated their lavish ceremony.

However, they neither bought nor rented the place. The owner Nathan Finkel had no idea what was happening until Wilson showed up on the morning of the big day.

In a recorded 911 call, the confused owner said people “trespassing” his property. He also said the couple told him that it’s “God’s message” that they should be wed at his home.

Couple Throws Wedding at a $6-M Mansion Believing It was VACANT; Owner, Cops Crash on Their Big Day
Photo: Daily Mail UK

Later on, two officers arrived in the area and requested Wilson not to come back and leave the property. Nevertheless, no charges were filed against the couple.