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Groom cited at Farmington wedding reception being filmed for reality TV show

| Sunday, Dec. 21, 2014, 3:20 p.m.

A Fayette County groom became a little too rowdy at a Saturday wedding reception that a reality TV crew was filming, and state police were called, authorities said.

State police in Uniontown said Bryan Matthew Frost, 21, of Cardale was cited with disorderly conduct following an incident at around 8 p.m. at the Stone House Restaurant on National Pike in Farmington.

Troopers allege Frost began throwing glass cups at a wall in the restaurant and tried to provoke a fight. His wedding was being filmed by TLC for the reality show “My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding.”

TLC, which produces the reality series that premiered in 2012, reports on its website that the show gives viewers a glimpse “into the secretive world of American gypsies,” mostly featuring extravagant wedding and other life celebrations.

A message left Sunday with TLC officials about the incident was not returned.

No further information was available.

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