It was the party of the summer.
Labor Day weekend.
300 teens.
All at the upstate New York home of former Patriots player Brian Holloway.
Police broke up the booze-fueled bash — then broke the news to Holloway — who was in Florida at the time of the soiree.
$20,000 in damage
Broken windows.
Spray-painted walls.
Urine-soaked carpets.
And it wasn’t difficult to find out who was there.
Holloway hit social media sites like Twitter and Instagram and found kegs full of evidence.
He started a website and is naming names and posting pictures of the teens who were there.
Holloway wants the kids to help him clean-up the mess.
Get this — parents of some of the teens who were at the bash are now threatening to sue him over the website.
Holloway told the New York Post “some complained that this will ruin their kids’ college plans.”
Did Holloway do anything wrong by shaming the teens?
What would you have done if you were in a similar situation?