Hundreds of teenagers break into Texas family’s home for Bring Your Own Weed ‘mansion rager’ party and then absolutely trash the place
- The unauthorized party, which took place at a local Austin family’s home, was promoted to teenagers in the area via SnapChat
- The family, who have a toddler who is not yet in the local school system, say this was not simply a case of teenagers partying at a classmate’s home
- The Travis County Sheriff’s office is currently investigating the incident which involved teenagers from most of the region’s high schools
Hundreds of delinquent teenagers broke into the home of young Texas family for a ‘mansion rager’ that had been promoted on social media to the shock and horror of the homeowners.
The owner of the now severely damaged home, who lives in Austin, Texas, said that he ‘started receiving numerous phone calls from our neighbors that there were kids on our water tower on our property, there were cars up and down the street, and kids were hopping over the front of our fence.’
Last Saturday night, the anonymous homeowner sped home to find ‘car after car after car just trying to flee the scene.’
The unauthorized ‘rager’ had reportedly been promoted across SnapChat, where hundreds of teens were courted to attend.
The illegal and unauthorized ‘mansion rager’ was promoted on SnapChat for days ahead of the massive gathering of teenagers
The Austin, Texas family returned to multiple cars speeding away from their property, a broken gate and thousands of dollars in other property damage
The property owner said this wasn’t merely a case of local students deciding to get a little wild when a classmate’s parents are out of town for the weekend.
The family has a toddler, who isn’t yet in the local school system.
Rather, the owner called the incident an ‘unbelievable’ and ‘total violation of one’s privacy.’
‘It was horrifying.’
The gate in front of the ‘mansion’ was broken and the front door was wide open when the owner arrived home last week.
All the lights were on and other areas of the home had also been damaged by the drunken teenagers.
‘They had beer cans, the seltzer cans, like White Claw. I saw they had thrown like avocados at the wall, there was damage to sheetrock and baseboards,’ he said.
‘They had thrown tools through the sheetrock of our garage. They had my daughter’s toys scattered around the property,’ he told Fox 7.
Several articles of clothing had been abandoned at the property, giving the homeowner some idea of which schools around the area the kids attended.
‘We have some articles of other kids that were out on the property, and it was from all the major high schools in the Greater Austin area.
‘It was West Lake High, Vandegrift, Lake Travel and Bowie, those are for certain,’ he said.
‘There seems to be little consequences for these actions, and I feel like it’ll keep getting worse if we don’t get to the bottom of things like this.’
The incident, which yielded several thousands dollars of property damage, is being investigated by the Travis County Sheriff’s Office, which is also asking that members of the public with any information come forward.
Last year, a group of 200 partiers broke into an $8million Florida mansion and turned the foyer into a boxing ring before the police arrived and they fled.
The couple found a broke gate and damage to the stones around their property when they returned home on February 7, 2023
Tools had been used to pierce the sheetrock of the house’s garage
Disgusting brown liquid dripped from the couple’s walls following the ‘rager’ that included teenagers from across the region’s high schools
A destroyed television inside the home. The young couple have a daughter who is a toddler and not yet in the local school system. The teenagers in their home were strangers
Similarly to the situation in Texas, the Florida party was advertised on SnapChat for about a week.
Once officers arrived at the five-bedroom, eight-bathroom home, the group fled and was seen on Snapchat exiting the house through the backdoors.
The teens and young adults also reportedly stole items from the 6,400-square-foot home, as well as caused property damage.
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