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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

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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Pathetic parenting continues....basically telling their kids that they were right for destroying someone else's properly.

400 days ago


These kid are thugs! They're the ones who post themselves on social media! Who cares what happens to them, they were enjoying damaging his home. Rot in hell!

400 days ago


College? Maybe these ******* kids should have to live with ALL of the consequences of their actions. Can't get into college because I you broke into someone's house, destroyed it, and had a party? Oops.

400 days ago


Those so called parents should be held legally responsible for what their underaged children did. Maybe some significant jail time would be in order for them, along with the children going to reform school and having a record so they can't get into a good college down the road. These people are complete idiots with no brains!

400 days ago


KUDOS to the ONE boy and his parents who came forward!!! THROW all the others in jail so the inmates can give them the "once-over " to show what it is like to be on the receiving end for what the parents failed to do! Mr.Holloway, our country is behind you, ALL THE WAY!!! Good Luck and Best Wishes!!!

400 days ago


Wow! THe nerve of this loser parents. This is why these kids behave this way. It is sickening. If that were my son acting that way I would have a serious problem with my son! Not with this poor guy! This is why these rotten kids think this crap is okay because the parents think it is okay and won't take responsibility. Sickening.

400 days ago


I think we need to go to each one of those parents house and trash their home. Yep.

400 days ago



400 days ago


Just based on their threats I hope the homeowner goes after these worthless parents to teach them a hard lesson in life and parenting! Unbelievable, future Adam Lanza's of America! parents who cuddle their little POS kids and refuse to take responsibility for their own creations are the biggest issues facing this country.

400 days ago


The parents are responsible for their kids actions - ARREST THEM ALL on the spot and THROW THE PARENTS IN JAIL.

400 days ago

SandiLyn Rivet    

How about a shout out to the seven Cohoes High School Jrs,, who had nothing to do with the party, but wanting to make amends for the conscience their peers apparently lacked. Led by Miss Emily Taylor, Madden Umholtz, Maddy Turcotte, Gina Martini, Autumn Rivet and Ryan McCormick, along with two parents spent several hours this Tuesday working on the clean-up to prepare a number of spaces for carpet tear up, wall repair etc. those teens are true heroes!

400 days ago


The parents are morons.

400 days ago


It sounds like a case where the parents indulge in party lifestyle like their kids. Any parent in their right state of mind would not be making a fuss like these parents are. Shame on them.

400 days ago


omg. this is what is wrong with people these days. thay don't teach their children that there are are consequences for bad behavior. we're doomed. sad.

400 days ago


Seems the parents are as bright as their kids. They
could have been charged with B & E, theft and vandalism but instead the kids were asked to show
up and help clean up and repair damages but only
one did. A very sad comment on society. They should be ashamed of themselves!

400 days ago
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