Oakland Raiders’ quarterback, Jason Campbell called off wedding a few hours before walking down the aisle, according to a recent report published by the Daily Mail. The NFL football player was supposed to get married with his fiancée Jenny Montes in her native country on Saturday. Just as they were preparing to walk down the aisle, Campbell decided that he doesn’t want to get married anymore.
The couple invited 162 guests to their pre-wedding ceremony in the Dominican Republic and they were all disappointed to hear that the reception was called off. Neither Campbell, nor Montes provided an explanation for their unexpected change of plans. However, the two seem to continue their relationship as the couple is staying in the Dominican Republic with her family.
Ever since the cancellation was announced, the Raiders’ quarterback was accused of dumping his fiancée at the altar. Campbell denied the allegations saying that he loves his girlfriend enough not to leave her in front of the altar.
The 162 persons invited at the wedding were not the only ones who were disappointed by the news. The couple had used the Internet and the social media channels to keep fans updated with the latest events in their lives. Jenny Montes frequently posted pictures and messages about the upcoming wedding on her Twitter page. The last message was posted on October 6 when Montes tried her wedding dress for the first time. She told followers that she was very happy to get married and that she felt like a Cinderella.
Jason and Jenny met in 2005 when the NFL quarterback saw the former nightclub hostess dance in a bar. They became friends and they continued their platonic relationship for years. When Campbell moved to Oakland, California, they decided to take their relationship to the next level and they became romantically involved. One year later, the quarterback proposed to her on New Year’s Eve and they started the wedding preparations.
The future of their relationship is still covered in mystery, especially since Montes posted philosophical messages on her Twitter page. She wrote that sometimes two people have to leave each other in order to realize that they must be together.