Couple calls off $325,000 wedding after brawl at rehearsal dinner, lawsuit claims

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NEW YORK — A couple called off their $325,000 wedding after the groom’s parents objected to a toast at the wedding rehearsal dinner, according to a lawsuit obtained by the New York Post.

Bradley Moss, 32, and Amy Bzura, 27, broke up after Bzura’s brother, Adam, was set to make a “heartfelt toast” and video that angered Moss’ parents, who were hosting the dinner in October.

The fight escalated as Moss’ brother punched Bzura in the face, according to the lawsuit. The Post reports the evening ended in “shouting and tears.”

After the events of the evening, the lawsuit claims Moss’ father, Robert, a longtime business owner, threatened to cut his son from the business and his will if he married Bzura.

Moss then changed the locks on their shared apartment, preventing Bzura from getting her belongings.

The Bzura family filed a court order to get her belongings and allegedly had to be accompanied by an off-duty police officer.

The incident has since resulted in two lawsuits.

The New York Post reports Bradley Moss is suing Amy Bzura for the $125,800 engagement ring he gave her. The case is pending.

Additionally, Amy’s father, Bruce Bzura, is seeking repayment of $89,919, his portion of the wedding.

“He promised to pay his share, and now he won’t pay a penny,” Bzura said.

A lawyer for Robert and Wendy Moss called the lawsuit claims “bogus.”