A Florida bride and caterer have been arrested after an investigation into her wedding concluded that they likely served multiple guests food laced with cannabis without their knowledge.

The bride, Danya Svoboda and wedding caterer, Joycelyn Bryant, were charged with tampering, culpable negligence and delivery of marijuana. This is in relation to the food served at the Svoboda’s wedding ceremony on February 19 at The Springs Clubhouse in Longwood, Florida.

Menu items prepared by Bryant’s company, Joycelyn’s Southern Kitchen, included lasagna, chocolate-covered strawberries and pudding “shots.” After consuming the food, multiple guests complained of “feeling weird” while others became ill and were vomiting as first responders arrived. One woman said she became extremely paranoid during the wedding and began believing both that her son-in-law had died and her husband was lying to her about it.

Another guest told deputies he only had food and wine but thought he “had drugs inside him,” which definitely sounds like something a high person could say. A few guests went to the hospital due to the experience and returned positive urine tests for cannabis. One friend of the bride told investigators she asked Svoboda if there was weed in the food, to which she said “yes” and just “acted excited.”

After food samples were tested by the police, it was reported that the lasagna tested positive for THC. The police report mentions that when questioned about whether she or her husband Andrew Svoboda asked that the food contain Marijuana, they “stared at [the deputy] with a blank expression for a few moments before stuttering through a no.” Bryant had left the scene before police arrived.

Both suspects have been reportedly released from jail on bond and will return to the Seminole County Courthouse for an arraignment in June.

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