Roderigo and Iago tell Bardantio about Desdemona's marriage. Barbantio goes to the Duke and is later disappointed by his daughter betrayal.
Sir Barbantio, I'm sorry to tell you that your daughter Desdemona ran away with the moor, Othello.
WHAT? No that can not be. My daughter would never betray me like that! He must have done witchcraft. I will go to the Duke immediately
Sorry to bother you my dear Duke but I worry that Othello has put a spell on my little girl
That's a serious accusation Sir. We must bring your daughter here at once and question her.
You have betrayed me. I would have much rather adopted a child, than to have you as a daughter.
Father, I love Othello. He's the only man besides you that has my heart
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