Brian Holloway, former NFL star, may be sued by parents of teens who trashed his home

Brian Holloway's house has already been ruined by a group of teenagers, and now the teens' parents are looking to push it further.

Brian Holloway, former NFL star, may be sued by parents of teens who trashed his home
The parents of the teenagers that crashed Brian Holloway's upstate New York home are considering filing suit against the player for publishing their names. / Twitter @Coltonwitz

The parents of the teens that trashed Brian Holloway's upstate New York home while he was out of town are now considering suing Holloway.

The former NFL star posted their children's names on a website created in the wake of the house party, which occurred during Labor Day weekend. The {link:website identifies more than 100 of the estimated 300 house-crashers that trashed his home, and includes photos and tweets documenting the destruction. : ""}


The teens caused an estimated $20,000 in damage, including smashed windows and glass doors, urine stains in the carpet, holes in the ceilings and a stolen eagle statue that was part of a memorial for Holloway's stillborn son.

Rather than apologize for their children's behavior, some parents have contacted their lawyers to pursue legal actions against the former Patriots and Raiders offensive lineman.

"Parents have threatened me," Holloway said.

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"Your kids are in my house breaking and stealing my stuff and you are mad at me because I posted pictures that they took and posted themselves of them partying and tearing things up?"

Holloway had already tried to make amends with the crashers.

"Come out and help set up, fix up, bring food, and picnic stuff, so we can honor these real HEROS," he wrote on his website. "I'm here. Come now. Take a stand for your future. This is called redemption."

But almost no one took him up on that offer.

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"I expected 100 parents to show. Only one showed up," he said.

"You can see the scars on the floor from where the keggers were brought through. The carpet, there was beer liquor and everything else you can think of, so we had to remove the carpet."

Holloway was staying in another home in Lutz, Fla., when the party took place. He has not yet said whether he will press charges against the teenagers.

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