What? Here are the deets. A couple of Justin’s LA friends that couldn’t make it to wedding thought it would be funny to film homeless people on the streets of LA wishing JT and Jessica a happy wedding and marriage with the title, “Greetings from your Hollywood friends who just couldn’t make it.”
So you start the video, thinking a bunch of A-listers are going to be wishing JT nice things and then some sad vagrants are confusingly telling JT that the gift is in the mail, etc. It’s pretty screwed up to see a penniless person stand near a McDonald’s but tell Justin, “Jeez I miss you so much. I wish I could be there.” I'm sure the homeless would have loved to been invited to Italy via a private jet to spend a week at a million dollar resort.
Maybe the person who made the video thought it was funny because like, “everyone laughs at homeless people, right?” Wrong. It was kind of a low blow, especially since the JT wedding was one of the most expensive celebrity wedding to date, and these homeless guys haven't had a full meal in months.
Gawker got a hold of the video and are now being sued by the guy who made the video, Justin Huchel. Justin is a luxury real estate agent and apparently once dated Amanda Seyfried.
In the letter he sent to Gawker warning them he will sue, he wrote, “Mr. Huchel made a video to be used and exhibited privately at Justin Timberlake’s wedding as a private joke without Mr. Timberlake’s knowledge.”
It was an 8 minute video, but you can watch the 20 second clip that JT actually played at the wedding on Gawker's site.