She Billed Her Sister-In-Law $1,000 Because Her Sister-In-Law Took Two of Her Expensive Wedding Gifts And Swapped Them Out With Old, Used Items

Afterward, Anne went home, and she decided to send her sister-in-law a bill for $1,000.

This caused Anne to go running and cry to her mother-in-law, accusing her of making a big deal out of nothing.

And now, even though her husband is on her side, he doesn’t think she should have sent Anne the bill.

So, even though Leanne and her husband’s uncle have taken her side and believe that Anne either needs to give back the gifts or pay up, she’s begun questioning her actions and whether she’s in the wrong.

“Am I being too harsh about this?” she asked.

Can you imagine taking someone’s wedding gifts and swapping them out with your old, used items? Why do you think Anne thought that was okay? Does she have a right to bill Anne if she doesn’t get the gifts back? What would you do? 

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