Vice Energy LLC producer Joshua Blackman rented a Hamptons vacation home without telling the owners he planned to turn it into "Vice Hamptons Crib" for sleazy reality show "pArty of 5," which features five days of partying in five different cities, according to New York Daily News.
Homeowners Stuart and Susan Silverman were shocked to find their home on the internet, full of women cavorting "in various stages of undress," according to the complaint filed in Long Island Federal Court. "The Silvermans are now viewed by the members of the community as running a house of ill repute," the complaint states.
Last June, a man named Phillip Dade applied to the town of East Hampton for a "mass gathering" at the home, without the Silvermans' knowledge. The suit alleges that Dade, who runs Vice Productions, falsely claimed he was the homeowner, and planned a "family barbecue."
When neighbors alerted the Silvermans to the wild party, "they found about 50 cars in the road, security guards checking IDs ... and at least 100 persons all over their yard," according to the suit.
They are seeking unspecified monetary damages for damage to the lawn, $20,000 in repairs to broken door handles and fixtures and missing silverware. They're also seeking damages for a semen-stained couch.
"A very expensive couch has to be replaced, because, despite the Silvermans best effort to clean it, there were sperm stains that could not be removed," according to the complaint.