Will Jennifer Wilbanks, Runaway Bride, face legal consequences, or is it "Thank God and Greyhound she's gone...", with apologies to Roy Clark. First missing, then thought kidnapped, Jennifer Wilbanks, 33, of Duluth, Georgia, was scheduled to be married last Saturday at what would have been a large, extravagant wedding in Gwinnett County. She disappeared last Tuesday, four days before the planned ceremony, and was thought by many to have been kidnapped or even murdered. After four days missing, and hundreds of police, family, friends and even strangers searching for her, a simple phone call home finally reveals that it was, at first a kidnapping, and then, just a simple change of heart by an emotionally unstable woman. Was it premeditated fraud or cold feet? Should charges be filed against the attractive, but anorexic-looking woman for the costs of the futile search? Should allowances be made for the 33 year-old Wilbanks if it turns out her whacked estrogen levels caused her to freak over the pending nuptials (echoes of the "Twinky Defense", here?)? Gwinnett County DA Danny Porter said this morning that he will not make a decision on pressing charges against Ms. Wilbanks until he talks to her and gathers all the facts pertaining to her disappearance. Porter said he is particularly interested in when she purchased Greyhound Bus ticket and how she got to the bus station which is located in downtown Atlanta, some 30 miles from the suburban neighborhood from which she allegedly vanished. In case you've been out having a life for the past few days, CNN gave this story wall-to-wall coverage. Catch up on this weirdness about this self-induced disappearance HERE. What do you think? "...Too bad my ex didn't get cold feet and take off." - Guy, in Atlanta, as just quoted by Jack Cafferty on CNN.