Video Reportedly Shows Bride Smiling Awkwardly As Guests Are Stretchered Out Of Cannabis-Laced Wedding Party


Kay Smythe News and Commentary Writer
Font Size:

Florida police released the bodycam footage from a wedding where multiple guests fell ill after eating cannabis-infused food.

The video shows Seminole County sheriff’s deputies questioning guests and the groom after several guests were transported to the hospital after ingesting cannabis-infused food at the wedding in Springs Clubhouse, Longwood, Florida in February. At least one person is being taken away on a stretcher by emergency service personnel as the video opens.

The sheriffs then tell the catering company to stop packing away their equipment and to take several containers back inside the property. “We all have been affected  somehow … by what was put in the food,” someone tells the officers.

“We’re trying to figure out who put it in the food, whether it was a guest or the catering company,” the officer responds before someone points them in the direction of the bride and  groom. Before he talks to them, the officer tells the guest, “I would not drive in your condition,” and instructs them to hire a rideshare service.


“Apparently, supposedly, your food had cannabis inside of it when your guests ate it. Did you guys authorize that?” the officer asks two people who are reportedly the bride and groom. “I have no idea,” one man responds, who may be the groom, according to NBC.

“I just need a yes or no… did you guys authorize it for the catering company? To have cannabis placed in the food?” The officer asked. The alleged groom then suggests that people at the wedding had their own edibles. (RELATED: Police Say Six Spring Breakers Suffered Cardiac Arrest In Front Yard After Ingesting Fentanyl-Laced Cocaine)

All of the guests’ faces are blurred in the video except for the bride, Danya Glenny, who can be seen smiling throughout the interrogation. Glenny and the caterer, Joycelyn Bryant, were subsequently charged with tampering, culpable negligence and delivery of marijuana after law enforcement found Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in lasagna and bread served at the wedding.