Former New England Patriots and Oakland Raiders offensive lineman Brian Holloway’s home was crashed by an estimated 300-400 teenagers over Labor Day weekend for a massive house party. The damages to Holloway’s house included broken windows and doors, urinated carpets, holes in ceilings, and graffiti on walls. Holloway has since been collecting evidence of the party using social media to capture pictures and recounts of the wild night in order to build a case against the trespassers. Among the hundreds of party-goers that trashed Holloway’s house, six have been arrested so far with more expected in the near future.
One of the teens arrested, 19-year-old Seth Hawk, was actually taken into Holloway’s family as a homeless when he was 15. This teen has been accused of organizing and promoting the party. Almost as disturbing as this lack of respect and gratitude displayed by Hawk, to whom Holloway showed great hospitality, is the fact that only 4 out of the possible 400 teens came forward and admitted their guilt. Not only have most of the teens remained silent, but the parents of these delinquents are defending their children and are actually threatening lawsuit against Holloway for putting evidence of the party on a website called helpmesave300.com. The parents accuse Holloway of hurting their children’s chances of getting into good colleges. The full story of this vandalism and the shocking response from the teens’ parents can be found here.
*image from helpmesave300.com
Topics: New England Patriots