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Parents Want To Sue Man After Kids Break In His House


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On Labor Day weekend 300 teenagers broke into the vacation home of former NFL player, Brian Holloway right outside of Albany. According to the local Register-Star, Holloway said:

The kids found it acceptable to trash the house — listed for sale — and steal some of its contents. They broke windows, spray painted and made holes in the walls, urinated on the carpets, scarred the wood floors by dragging kegs across them. They left their party garbage behind.”


Well, the kids were so smart that they put up the pictures of their epic night all over twitter and instagram (sense my sarcasm). Now, little by little Holloway has put up their pictures on his website which, has ended up helping police catch these kids. (Suddenly, this sounds like the kids in Hamburg who started a house party and burned down the family car earlier this year)

Here’s the ridiculous part:

The parents of these kids that destroyed his home…want to sue HIM. According to CNN: “parents of the hundreds of teens who broke into and destroyed former NFLer Brian Holloway’s upstate vacation home are threatening to sue him for outing their brats on Twitter — saying he’s spoiling their chances of getting into college.”

Holloway had been planning — and says he will still go ahead with — a “family reunion of champions” for active and retired military personnel and their families. It’s set for Saturday and about 1,000 people are expected.

He invited the teens who trashed his place to come help him clean up and get ready for the party. According to CNN: “Fifty volunteers showed up to clean up the home, but only one person who was there actually attended the party.”

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