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Married Couple Tries To Destroy Wedding Photographer—And It Totally Backfired

By Collin Gossel

A Dallas couple slammed their wedding photographer's services online over a $125 fee. As a result of the ensuing litigation, they now owe the photographer $1 million. 

Andrea Polito shot the couple's wedding pictures back in 2014 and claimed in her lawsuit that, since then, her business was nearly destroyed by the couple who "acted of out malice in targeting Polito" on social media and in blog posts. 

A jury agreed.

Source: Twitter

After their wedding, the Moldovans asked for their high-resolution photos be sent to them, but Polito's contract specified that they first submit an order form for their wedding album, which would include a cover photo that would cost $125. In the lawsuit, Polito argued that all the couple had to do to get their photos was to fill out a form listing their choices for the wedding album. When she realized how discontent the couple was, she even offered to waive the $125 fee.