leave your home and learn that your house was party central for strangers who left it in a complete mess. Well, it happened to a former football star, $20,000 in damage. So does he track them down and... See More
leave your home and learn that your house was party central for strangers who left it in a complete mess. Well, it happened to a former football star, $20,000 in damage. So does he track them down and what happens next? Abc's gio benitez. Reporter: It was like the epic party in the movie project x. In this sleepy new york town up to 400 teens threw a whield labor day house party captured on twitter in selfie after selfie. This tweet reads here's to the nights we don't remember and the friends we won't forget. The morning after the place was trashed. The summer home of ex nfl star brian hole oh, way. He was in florida and knew nothing about it. His son tipped his father off after seeing pictures on social media. This one of a teenager standing on a table. He was like I can't believe it. We broke into a house. Tonight holloway takes us through the home showing us the estimated $20,000 in damage. The ten smashed windows and glass doors, holes punched through walls. All that graffiti. Show me where this damage was. That window was completely kicked out. Reporter: Police are investigating but holloway did his own sleuthing. He tracked down 220 of the kids, posting all those party picture tweets online hoping the teens will repent and learn a valuable lesson about drinking and vandalism. It just went to a whole different level. He says some of their parents have threatened him. But in an open letter he writes, I know I can do something to turn these kids around. There is 300 lives that are in trouble. That's all that I focused on. Reporter: Gio benitez, abc news, new york.
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