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Ex-New England Patriots' Star

Parents Threaten To Sue

For Outing Hooligan Kids

9/20/2013 9:00 AM PDT BY TMZ STAFF

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A former star player for the New England Patriots has been threatened with a lawsuit by delusional parents who claim he's ruined the lives of their kids by exposing a drug/alcohol fueled party at his home.

Brian Holloway tells TMZ, "I blew way past furious" when he discovered several hundred teenagers broke into his vacation home outside Albany, NY over Labor Day weekend. 

The kids started tweeting and Instagramming madly inside, posting photos of what looked like a scene out of "Animal House."

Holloway went ballistic, created a website -- helpmesave300 -- and started posting pictures of the damage, as well as the tweets from some of the partygoers -- and those tweets ID'd the kids.

Holloway tells TMZ ... he's been told by the Sheriff's Dept. some of the parents are furious because their poor kids have now been exposed.  Some bitch that it will hurt their chances of getting into college.  Others whine their poor kiddies are being harassed at school.  And they actually have the audacity to threaten a lawsuit.

Holloway says there was plenty of evidence of drugs at the party, including crack and meth.  And, of course, a river of alcohol.

He says it's gonna cost $20 - $40k to repair the damage.

The parents should try and bottle their chutzpah and sell it.  They could make enough to pay for the damage.

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136.

carebear    

It's the kids' own damn fault for posting their pics on Twitter and Facebook which are PUBLIC websites!

406 days ago
137.

Woot    

Screw those little punks and their parents! When he asked for help cleaning his place up, only one kid and parent showed up. MAKE 'EM PAY.

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On the flip side, in an interview, this POS ex jock bragged how, in past parties he threw at his place, he offhandedly said that when the teens got too frisky on his couch, he'd just "throw a cup of water on them".
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Classy.

406 days ago
138.

Mrs.D    

Delusional parents are what's wrong with kids these days. Take some responsibility! Geez!

406 days ago
139.

Denise Howell    

Thats what's wrong with kids, parents don't make their responsible for their actions. They make excuses. If that was my child I would force him to do right, accept what his actions caused, he would work to help pay for damages. Shame on those parents! Shame they don't have any morals, standards, guidelines. Shame on them!

406 days ago
140.

april Guerrero    

i saw those parents shouldnt be mad. it was there kids flout they f**k up on there on. if those where my kids oh man they would be in so much trouble i would make them pay for the damage they mad. this kids now a days just dont give a s**t about other people

406 days ago
141.

Sue    

Brian Holloway has been amazing through all of this.
He could have had them all arrested for break and enter, vandalism and theft but instead asked them
to come forward to assist in the clean up and only one kid did. Sounds like the parents are probably on the same crap their kids take.
Going after the victim is the stupidest plan I have
ever heard of but then look how dumb their kids
were risking jail time for a party in the 518!

406 days ago
142.

april Guerrero    

i saw those parents shouldnt be mad. it was there kids flout they f**k up on there on. if those where my kids oh man they would be in so much trouble i would make them pay for the damage they mad. this kids now a days just dont give a s**t about other people

406 days ago
143.

Rlg    

The parents are saying it's OK for their kids to trash and ruin other people's property and that the homeowner is to blame. I seemed to have missed the logic in there. The parents must be just as stupid as their kids. Obviously the parents never taught their offsprings right from wrong.

406 days ago
144.

Chris    

LOL I'd tell the parents to go ahead and try it. The kids are the stupid ones for posting about it on social media. They deserve jail.

406 days ago
145.

Texas-Writer    

Guess I'm gettin' old. My parents would have apologized to the homeowner and offered to help pay for the damages ... after they had punished me! When did people quit being responsible for their own actions? Sad to watch.

406 days ago
146.

Nobrows    

The parents are why these kids think they can do things like this. They have never been held accountable for anything. Stop giving trophies for showing up. When you have to earn what you get, you have more respect for what others have as well. Sickening parents. They should have to pay for damages.

406 days ago
147.

Randy    

Just another example of this generation teaching (passing on) irresponsibility to their children. Make them stand up for their actions parents, your not helping them with this behavior.

406 days ago
148.

Nick    

Frankly, he should pick a scapegoat and sue that family for the entire $40,000. Let them go after the others for reimbursement. For Holloway this would be totally doable under the law.

406 days ago
149.

Kathy    

Throw the parents in jail for letting their awful children run wild. Throw the kids in jail, they are over 19.

406 days ago
150.

Kathy    

Plaster their pictures on every billboard in American.

406 days ago
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