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Wedding videography company denying refund after fiancee dies in crash in El Paso County


COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (KRDO) - Justin Montney lost his bride-to-be in a fatal car crash a few months ago near Calhan. Now, to add insult to injury, the videographer that was set to capture their wedding is denying a refund and threatening a lawsuit.

Montney reached out to KRDO for help after Copper Stallion Media threatened to sue him for defamation after he left a review on explaining the situation.

Montney's fiancée, 22-year-old Alexis Wyatt of Colorado Springs, died in a car crash on Highway 24 near Calhan in February.

He told KRDO he paid $1,800 upfront to Copper Stallion Media, a Texas-based wedding videography and photography company. After multiple requests, he said the company has continuously refused to give him or Alexis' family a refund.

Montney told us he understands they signed a contract saying the payment was non-refundable, but he believes -- since these circumstances were beyond his control -- the company should honor his request.

We've called and emailed the company for a response. We're still waiting to hear back.

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