Seeking the help of the internet the loyal bridesmaid asked to blur out any and all evidence that the terrible couple was in attendance at all— or at least have her covered up in a “funny edit.”

The picture shows what is presumably the bride in white and center of the line-up.

To her right stands two bridesmaids in dark dresses and to her left stands another bridesmaid in blue next to the offending bridesmaid in the red dress on the end.

It seems the bridal party has had their identities hidden with emojis, but the bridesmaid wants to go one step further and remove the girl in red entirely from what should have been the happy shot. She wrote: “Can anyone edit out the girl in red?”

She then detailed “the tea” as she put it, explaining that the offending girl “stole $100 worth of leftover beer after the engagement party and her boyfriend signed a racial slur in my friend’s guestbook (and she’s a mixed race bride.)”

She continued: “She is now uninvited and banned from all things wedding related but we have no pics of the bridesmaids without her, help us out!” Adding, “funny edits” are “encouraged” and would “definitely cheer up the future bride to be!”

And so shocking was the tale that a screen grab was shared to a wedding shaming group where one sympathetic member  joked: “I am just curious as to how they escaped with that much beer.”

And another member even accused the poster of not actually needing photoshop help but just wanting to shame the girl: “Lol you didn’t need photoshop, you just wanted to call her out. WE SEE YOU.”

Others offered more practical suggestions: “If this is only from engagement picture. No biggie. Crop, or use a pair of scissors! It states she was banned from the wedding, so get pictures of the bridesmaids there!”

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