The attorney general also expects the restitution owed to wedding couples will grow to $1.8 million.
"I don't think we're getting a penny back from this man."
It's not a happy ending, but it's a start.
He'll get between 40 months and ten years for his guilty plea.
The accused wedding-deposit thief had a welcome party for his second visit.
In addition to the free wedding, the proprietors are offering discounted packages for other couples displaced by the reBar debacle.
He didn't seem to have trouble making his $130,000 bail.
Even more local bars and restaurants have offered to help couples who planned to hold events at the venue.
The former staff is working to help out wedding parties left stranded.
Where will fruit flies strike next?
"I only drink Lipton tea and I don't drink coffee. If you drink coffee you become an adult, and I don't want to."
"Minus all the hoopla that usually surrounds the trashy, puke in the mouth into the entree 21st."