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They smile in your face all the time they want to take your place and want you to be in their wedding!!??

A lady wrote into Sam Sylk, radio host of The Sam Sylk Show on 93.1 WZAK during his daily 1 pm Reality Hour segment, to find out whether her friend who’s wedding she is supposed to be in was really her friend or foe.

Dear Sam

My ex-boyfriend, and I dated for two years, bought a house together, etc., and it all came crashing down when I found out he was cheating on me with several women including my friends sister. So we discontinued our relationship. It ended on best to be expected terms up until we had to sell the house, things got really messy. I was struggling a bit with our breakup so I wasn’t open about it to any of my friends or family; I figured it was a natural feeling during a breakup, but I did tell my one friend who’s sister he was cheating on me with. This particular friend is getting married. I’m in her wedding and so is her sister. I figured I would put my big girl panties on, it took two to tango, I would go ahead and be in the wedding along with her sister. But I found out from one of the bridesmaids that my ex was invited and bringing a plus one. It’s one thing that he was creeping with your sister and she didn’t tell me (or claims she didn’t know), but you invite him!!?? Should I ask my friend to uninvited him? Drop out the wedding myself or something else? What would you do?