If you host a party and offer your guests food, it is critical that they have freshly cooked and safe to eat meals. You don’t want to risk playing any jokes on what you serve because you don’t want to deal with guests complaining about how bad the food was.
That’s precisely what this bride is accused of accomplishing with the aid of her caterer…
Danya Glenny and Joycelyn Bryant, both 42, from Florida, may be charged with tampering, carelessness, and marijuana delivery after they served food to their guests that had been drugged. The occurrence took place on February 19th at a party. When the guests became sick suddenly while they were having fun at the event, officials said they were oblivious of what was going on.
The police were immediately dispatched to the location, and they collected samples of the food for analysis. According to a police arrest affidavit, the lasagna and a slice of bread tested positive for Tetrahydrocannabinol (or THC), which is cannabis’s psychoactive component!
THC is the primary psychoactive component in cannabis that gives users a euphoric sensation. According to sources, several people at the gathering experienced stomach pains and vomiting, some of which occurred during the party. Others required medical treatment and were admitted to hospitals. One of the attendees claimed they felt “ill and high.”
According to a report, emergency personnel were dispatched to treat several guests who had complained of nausea and vomiting. One of the guests who was taken to South Seminole Hospital for treatment stated that he intended to file a police complaint against those responsible.
Miranda Cady told WFTV 9 in an interview, “We’re all just enjoying and celebrating our friend’s success on the dance floor, having fun catching the bouquet. I just started feeling a little bit dizzy, just kind of like the room was spinning a little bit and things were distorted.”
An apology has been requested by Miranda Cady. She said: “I actually text myself at one time a message just in case I didn’t make it through the night. Whatever the reason, I think people just want an explanation.”
When she was asked if she had agreed to food being drugged with marijuana, Glenny responded no.
What occurred at this wedding when food was probably drugged isn’t new. In fact, not long ago, another bride’s brother laced her cake with marijuana. Alvaro Rodriguez, a 29-year-old from Santiago, Chile, baked a multi-tiered wedding cake for his sister’s marriage in February.
Rodriguez used a component he termed “The return of the magic brownie 2.0.” He spent 20 hours creating and decorating the cake. It was a stunning wedding cake with white icing and flowers on it. The bride knew something “special” had been added to it, according to reports.
He stated, ‘didn’t think twice’ when his sister asked him to include marijuana to one of the cake tiers. He said, “I just infused it with the butter from the day before and once the brownie set I put it with the other levels with chocolate ganache, and voila.”
Unlike the previous case, the wedding party was aware that one of the tiers would offer them a bonus beyond sugar due to marijuana being legal for private use in Chile.