I was ghosted by husband just 24 hours after £26,000 wedding – I got home to find nearly all of his stuff gone

A BRIDE has shared how her new husband haunts her just a day after their lavish £26,000 wedding.

Isabelle Glastonbury, 31, told how she returned home to find his everything was gone, realizing her new husband was gone shortly after he was granted his visa.

Isabelle says she was ghosted by her new husband 24 hours after their wedding


Isabelle says she was ghosted by her new husband 24 hours after their weddingCredit: Instagram
Now she's back with her high school sweetheart Max


Now she’s back with her high school sweetheart MaxCredit: Instagram
The couple has a three-month-old son with Max


The couple has a three-month-old son with MaxCredit: Instagram

The couple decided to move to Sydney, Australia after meeting in Dallas in 2015.

Their fairytale wedding took place at the Boathouse in Palm Beach and was generously paid for by Isabelle’s parents.

But her happiness did not last long when her new husband disappeared after a romantic dinner to congratulate him on his visa.

Heartbreaking Isabelle told Daily Mail Australia: “I got home and it’s true that 90% of his stuff is gone.

“I tried logging in immigration account, I’ve got everything locked, my credit card has expired and I’m blocked on his phone, none of my calls or texts go through.”

The distraught wife spent more than a month wondering why her husband left her without an explanation.

Isabelle claimed that her husband also haunted their mutual friends, their closest ones man from their wedding, and even his own family.

Her family even spent £5,300 on their own to apply for a visa for him.

Looking back on their relationship, she admits there were some worrying signs.

She said he started “disappearing into the night” and she felt like she was married to a “complete stranger”.

She recalled the days before he went missing, her husband had told her he wanted to move to Queensland, buy a house and start a family.

Isabelle said she was shocked when immigration The service was of little help after she reported him.

It’s been over a year since the couple officially divorced and the only time Isabelle spoke to her ex-husband was when they met in February 2021 when he vaguely told her “he must be single”. close”.

She found out through her friend that her ex-partner is now remarried.

She said: “He’s my best friend, I go or die. He fooled everyone, including me.”

But Isabelle also moved on as she got back together with her childhood sweetheart Max, with whom she has a three-month-old son Mason.

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Now she wants to warn others when she says there are signs in her relationship that she can spot.

She said: “Don’t be blind, because I’m sure I can see the signs before this happens and I just ignore it, you never really know who you’re sleeping with. Next ARRIVE.”

Russell Falcon

Russell Falcon is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Russell Falcon joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing russellfalcon@ustimespost.com.

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