I didn’t feel the slightest bit sorry for ruining my son’s wedding! Am I incorrect to think this way

Reddit is where a mother shared her story of ruining her son’s wedding. She doesn’t regret anything, but she wants to know if her actions were justifiable or if she did something wrong.

Specifically, her son Mike had a prior marriage. Tommy is the boy he and his ex-wife welcomed into the world.

Tommy had Down syndrome from birth, and Mike abandoned him and his spouse not long after. Most importantly, he declined to speak to or see his now-ex-wife or son. He never gave the boy anything.

When Mike’s mother found out that he was taking a second wife, she thought it was time to take action because her family was upset with him for abandoning his son.

The mother only wanted Mike to take care of Tommy; she didn’t really care if he decided to have a new family.

Therefore, on the day of Mike’s wedding, right before he and his future wife said “I do,” Tommy’s mother carried him into the church and revealed the truth about Mike’s mistreatment of his son.

Mike’s fiancée was perplexedly listening. She was clearly in shock at finding out the truth about the man she was going to marry.

She and her family exited the church shortly after she threw her bouquet at him. Shortly after, Mike’s mother departed, and the next day, her cousin Liam informed her that Mike had become enraged and had displayed a range of emotions in front of the bewildered guests.

Mike’s mother tweeted, “Now I’m not sure if my choice to ruin the wedding was the right one.” She clarified that although she didn’t regret the wedding’s cancellation, her goal was to teach her son a lesson and force him to accept responsibility for Tommy’s conduct rather than to wreck the event in the first place.

The lady stated, “I think it was important to bring attention to how bad Mike’s neglect was, even though it may seem like I went too far.”
She closed by asking Redditors AITA, “I hope this interruption wakes him up so he can change his ways and be there for Tommy as a dad.” What do you think about this?