Photo via mrslizrueger/Instagram Remix by Jason Reed

Woman who says she was shamed for her wedding attire fights back

But not everyone is feeling #KruegerKindness.


Lyz Lenz


Published Jul 6, 2016   Updated May 26, 2021, 12:13 pm CDT

Two weeks ago, Liz Krueger went viral after posting a picture of herself in a bodycon dress on Instagram. In the caption of the post, Krueger claims that when she wore the dress to a wedding, she was harassed by other women who slapped her on the butt and spilled beer on her.

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However, the response on the hashtag has been mixed. Some are supportive.

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Some lashed out at Krueger for trying to upstage the bride. Even the Minneapolis City Pages pondered, “How sexy one should look at someone else’s wedding is a quandary that merits some debate.” 

And still others were skeptical of Krueger’s story.

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The skepticism over Kreuger’s claims raises an even more important question about what actually constitutes bullying in our internet culture.

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*First Published: Jul 6, 2016, 12:11 pm CDT