A wedding videographer is going viral for all the wrong reasons after he publicly mocked a client who lost his fiancée in a fatal car crash. BuzzFeed reports that Alexis-Athena Wyatt died in February at the age of 22; she and fiancé Justin Montney had planned to marry last week in Colorado. When Montney tried to cancel videography arrangements with Dallas-based Copper Stallion Media, the company refused to refund his $1,800 deposit. And when Montney said he'd go public about the problem, they threatened to sue him and made fun of him on Facebook. "After what Justin pulled with the media stunt to try and shake us down for a refund, we hope you cry and sob all day for what would have been your wedding day," they wrote. "Sorry, not sorry." Copper Stallion even seemingly bought the domain name "JustinMontney.com" to "build our case against [his] smear campaign." At one point, that website stated, "We will NEVER refund Justin Montney even with the online threats and harassment. If we knew he was going to shake us down, we would have charged a higher deposit."
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