Traveller bride ditches groom on wedding day – kisses her own cousin instead

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A Traveller bride brutally left her drunk husband on their wedding day to run off with her own cousin.

Cearia, 24, from Aberdeen in Maryland was all set to tie the knot with her long-term boyfriend Sam, 28.

But she was left raging after he turned up at the aisle boozed-up.

On TLC’s Gypsy Brides US, tensions boiled over and Cearia was seen smearing the wedding cake all over Sam’s face.

“I’m f***ing pissed,” she exclaimed. “I want out of this dress, I’m done. I can’t. I’m so mad right now.

“Sam ruined my wedding, I don’t even want to look at him right now, I just want to leave.”

One of those to watch the disaster unfold was Cearia’s ex boyfriend – and cousin – Kyle.

The 21-year-old had controversially given her away at the altar, much to the disappointment of Sam who said he “wasn’t too thrilled about the situation”.

He was then seen pulling Cearia away from the festivities to have a heart-to-heart.

“I can’t sit by and watch this all happen to you,” Kyle told her.

“This is ridiculous, he’s a fool. You married a fool. You’re supposed to be a Gypsy, right, you’re supposed to see all this coming.

“Everybody warned you of this, now look and see.”

Kyle then suggested the pair “slip away” and Cearia happily obliged, saying: “The marriage is done – I’m leaving with Kyle.”

The couple were seen running out of the doors into the car park – where they shared a cheeky kiss.

According to the show it's not uncommon for Romanichal gypsies to marry their first cousins, so wedding bells may soon be on the cards.

It comes just days after another Traveller revealed how she is called “inbred” by vile trolls.

Mandy Marie Gavin received a torrent of abuse after making videos about what it is really like being a community.

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