Jilted Bride Gets $150,000 Settlement





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SelectPlusJilted Bride Gets $150,000 SettlementJilted Bride Gets $150,000 SettlementThe Associated PressA jury awarded a woman $150,000 after she sued her former fiance for leaving her before the wedding. (July 24)[Notes:ANCHOR VOICE] [Notes:exteriors of courthouse]It was the case of the jilted bride for a jury in Gainesville, Georgia. [Notes:split screen] Rosemary Shell sued former fiance Wayne Gibbs for $150,000.SOT: Rosemary Shell, Jilted Bride: "this has been the most difficult thing I've ever had to do and i think justice has been served." [Notes:Shell and attorney walking]Atlanta TV station, WSB, reports in the end, the jury agreed with Shell. She and her lawyer left the courthouse victorious. Her lawyer says the wedding was a scam from the beginning.SOT: Lydia Sartain, Attorney for Jilted Bride: "he never intended to marry her but it cost her a tremendous amount financially." [Notes:various of Shell] Shell says she left a job paying $80,000 a year to move closer to Gibbs. She ended up with a job that paid just $30,000 -- then he dumped her.SOT: Shell: "financially he destroyed me. Just a lot of ways and people shouldn't be allowed to do that. Hopefully, he'll think twice before he does it to someone else." [Notes:juror walking]After the verdict, one of the jurors said she didn't really think Shell deserved the money, but she gave in to the other jurors.SOT: Delitha Smith, Juror: "he'd done paid her a bundle along with the engagement ring. That was really worth a lot of money, that she could've hocked." [Notes:Gibbs outside courthouse] As for the former groom... he didn't say a word. ___ ___, The Associated Press

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