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FIRST ON FOX: The Florida owner of an $8 million home that became the site of a wild, unauthorized house party, said the revelers stole a $1500 bottle of wine, a $3,500 Yves Saint Laurent purse and a football signed by former Colts quarterback Peyton Manning.

“They went in every inch of my home, every drawer,” said the owner of the Santa Rosa mansion, who lives there full-time with her husband, 10-year-old son and 5-year-old daughter. “They were trying on my clothes, my shoes, my swimsuit. They stole my handbags.” The haul included the YSL, as well as Gucci and Stella McCartney purses.

The article goes on to state the following:

The woman, who asked that her family not be identified by name, said their older kids, who are 15 and 20, do not go to school in Florida and didn’t know the teens at the party.

She continued, “It’s not the material things, it’s the memories. The amount of invasion of privacy was just – there was no regard for anything. It was a complete violation.”

According to the article, the family was out of town at the time of the uninvited party.

The owner said, “They were in every single one of our beds. They were in all my children’s beds, they were in our bed. There were footprints in our bathtub.”

She said the teens stole items from her children’s bedrooms and tore them apart in the process. The mom said their daughter loves American Girl dolls. “She’s a big American Girl lover, and they tore all her toys up and threw the baby dolls that she loves on the roof.”

Walton County Sheriff’s Office spokeswoman Corey Dobridnia said, “We don’t know how they knew the home would be empty.”

Dobridnia added that the teens posted many videos on social media. She said, “We have identified many of the people in the videos. What we’re trying to do right now is identify who was responsible for the burglary.”

Walton County Sheriff posted several videos from the night and tweeted, “An open house party is against the law. An open house party in a home you break into is a burglary. Early Saturday morning, @WCSOFL was called out to Blackwater Street in Watercolor by Security for a noise complaint.”

“When deputies arrived, as you can imagine, most of the people at the party had left the scene. Since then, videos are circulating on Snapchat, Instagram, and other social media platforms with some of the highlights.”

“Apart from the damage caused and the items stolen, it’s a complete violation of someone’s home that you can’t put a price on. The feeling when you know someone went into your closet, tried on your clothes, and used your bathroom doesn’t have a dollar amount attached to it.”

“Here’s our ask; if you were there, know someone who was there, were invited, knows who circulated the flyer for the party (yes, we know about that too) you are asked to come forward. DO YOURSELF A FAVOR and let us know.”

“So, what’s ‘the move’? If you have information regarding this incident, please contact the @WCSOFL at (850)-892-8111 or you can remain anonymous by calling @eccsTIPS at (850)863-TIPS.”

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  1. Every identifiable person there needs to be charged with breaking and entering, trespassing, theft and for damages. From the article, it’s a given that everyone there knew the homeowners did not have any knowledge of this party and they didn’t know the homeowner their children.

  2. Each and every one of them needs to be charged as an adult, and they all need the tough love approach: JAIL. This needs to go on their record, and stay there. This should not be sealed, nor should it be expunged when they turn 18.

    They all knew they didn’t belong in someone else’s home, stealing and ruining the belongings.

    They illegally drank liquor, if they were minors. They should be charged with that as well.

    Where are the parents?! Where did they think their kids were? What liability is on the parents of these kids?

  3. Everyone caught should be responsible for every theft and all the damage and if they are minors the bill goes to their parents/guardians.

  4. What a bunch of punks. This is what happens when kids are raised without respect, Fathers, God or conscience but with hate for our country and living off assistance. They are on drugs too and extremely stupid. When they are caught they will rat out the others. They all need to be held accountable. Did they not think they would be held responsible for this?? Yea, thanks liberals.

  5. When I was younger my brother got into trouble. He was 16 and the judge set a curfew for him and told my mom if he got into trouble again she would be the one going to jail. Believe me, he did not get into any more trouble. Parents need to be held accountable for their kids. But the kids should pay restitution and suffer consequences as well. These were out of control animals.

  6. Yeah! The future of America! A Bunch of low life, entitled, liberal brats whose parents raised them to be thugs without any respect for others! Each and every one of them should be thrown into jail and held accountable as well as their idiot parents!


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