Where Is Bridezilla Now?
Jailhouse footage of a bride who spent her wedding night behind bars left a lot of folks wondering if that marriage would last. Today INSIDE EDITION catches up with the notorious bridezilla.
She gave a whole new meaning to the term "bridezilla."
Adrienne Samen made headlines around the world when she was arrested and hauled off in handcuffs after a drunken meltdown at her own wedding reception.
Still wearing her bridal gown as she was processed at the police station, she was belligerent and foul-mouthed.
"(Expletive deleted) yourself. I'm not cooperating with (expletive deleted)," she said in the police video.
She spat at a surveillance camera outside a cell where she was being held.
She tried to throw her wedding ring in the trash.
She even got into a phone fight with her brand-new husband.
"You stupid (expletive deleted). Where the (expletive deleted) are you?" she told her husband.
So where is this hot-tempered hellcat these days?
She's now the mother of a 2-year-old boy.
And you'll probably be amazed to learn that she and her husband David are still together.
"I'm surprised you guys survived," INSIDE EDITION's Les Trent told the couple.
"I think everyone is," Adrienne said.
"You have to put aside what other people think of you and push on," she said.
Adrienne told INSIDE EDITION she'd had way too much to drink that day, and had gotten into a fight with the caterers over their treatment of her wedding guests.
"You people have a (expletive deleted) problem?" Adrienne had said on her wedding day.
"I was 18, very, very intoxicated. I had a meltdown," she explained
She pleaded guilty to creating a public disturbance and was fined $90.
Adrienne now works for a health care corporation. And you won't believe what her job entails.
"I basically review mental health and substance abuse issues," she said.
"Some people looking at you on your wedding day might think you suffer from both of those," INSIDE EDITION's Les Trent told Adrienne.
"Well then maybe I'm the perfect person to do it," she said and laughed.
But despite light-hearted moments like that one, as INSIDE EDITION's Les Trent watched the shocking video with Adrienne it was clear she's still very sensitive about her behavior that day.
"I do not like him. He's a (expletives deleted)," she said in the video.
"Wasn't happy, wasn't sober, wasn't thinking," Adrienne said about her behavior.
She hopes people won't judge her just by those infamous images.
"Pictures that my son will hopefully never see, that'll be fun explaining," she said.
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