STEPHENTOWN, N.Y. – The owner of a Rensselaer County home where police say nearly 300 teens held a party at the vacant farmhouse has now posted a list of people he says were at the party on a website.
Former New England Patriots player Brian Holloway says he created the list of people believed to be partying at his vacant farmhouse in order to separate the innocent from the guilty. But some parents NEWS10 spoke with by phone say they are angry about the list and now calling their lawyers.
The list of more than 100 names is posted on Holloway's website.
Police say the damage to him home occurred when 300 partying teens broke into his farmhouse and barns in Stephentown on August 31st. Much of the drunken bash was documented by the teens themselves on Twitter and Instagram, and police are using the accounts to identify the kids -- and Holloway is too.
The former New England Patriot is now a motivational speaker who lives full time in Florida.
Holloway says he's not sure right now if he will press charges. No arrests have been made in the case.
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