STEPHENTOWN, N.Y. - A local woman who helped clean up at Holloway's home on Sunday says she was disappointed that more people weren't there doing the same.
An East Greenbush woman, who did not want to be identified, says when she saw posts on Facebook about the trashing of former NFL player Brian Holloway's home she couldn't sit back and watch as some parents of the 300 teens involved allegedly threatened to sue Holloway for posting photos the teens had already posted on social media themselves.
"I said I have to do something. So I went up and I said I have two hands, what can I do?" said the East Greenbush woman.
On Saturday, Holloway invited the teens involved to come to his home and help clean up the damage, but only four teenagers showed up. On Sunday, the East Greenbush woman says none of the teens involved came to help.
"I was a little more disgusted at the fact that when I got there there were only three people there helping and none of them had anything to do with the damage," said the woman.
The woman says she spent hours cleaning up the mess, and felt badly for Holloway, who she says is trying to help the teens accused of causing the damage.
"We sprayed chemical to get the spray paint off. We ripped out carpets. We started painting before we left," said the woman.
The Rensselaer County Sheriff's Office is still investigating the party. The East Greenbush woman says she will be back at the home to help with clean up again Monday morning.
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