The man whose mother-in-law wore to her wedding the dress that went viral in 2015 for its optical illusion has been arrested and charged with the attempted murder of his wife. insider informed of.
Keir Johnson, 38, of the Isle of Colonsey, Scotland, is accused of aggravated domestic violence and coercive control over an 11-year period that resulted in the attempted murder of his wife, according to court records.
The allegations refer to incidents that took place from April 2019 to March 2022, including repeatedly assaulting her, shouting at her, strangling her and brandishing a knife.
According to times, The man also punched his wife for taking her inside the vehicle. He is also alleged to have hit her on the head and dragged her when she refused to leave the bar with him.
However, Johnson has denied all charges against him and his trial is expected to begin in 2024.
The photo of the dress quickly went viral after it was posted by one of the wedding guests who said it “broke the internet”.
Some people called it blue and black and some called it golden and white. Celebrities including Kim Kardashian, Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift also joined the online debate.
The couple also appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and were presented with a gift of $10,000 and a trip to Grenada. Later, he revealed that the dress was black and blue.
The dress was even featured in an advertising campaign to raise awareness of domestic violence, asking: “Why is it so hard to see black and blue.”