Catfishing Scandal Turns One Couple's Wedding Day Upside-Down

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There are tons of stories about people pretending to be someone else online, but what about the real people who's photographs are being stolen? It happened to Guy Benson, but he found out in the most unconventional of ways. When his pictures pulled him into an unexpected love triangle, his world turned upside down...

Guy Benson

Guy Benson got tons of messages on every social media outlet over the course of his career. Due to his job as a longtime successful journalist and political commentator, this kind of audience feedback was expected and occurred consistently. So when one girl sent him a message online, he thought it was another person offering their opinions. He might have missed it entirely, but this was bigger than just him...

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Alyson's Story

The message was from a woman he'd never met before named Alyson. She had a story he needed to hear. A few years prior, Alyson was working a full-time job when she met a man named Dylan. She was instantly smitten, but he saw them as friends. For several years, the two became BFFs, but Alyson wanted more. Dylan became part of her family in every way but one, so her friend came up with a plan...

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