A Saudi prince is facing legal action after throwing a party that caused more than $80,000 in damages to a home he was renting, according to the Los Angeles Times. The party that occurred in August 2015, has the Prince dealing with legal action from neighbors.
When signing his lease in August, Saudi Prince Aziz al Saud allegedly agreed to throw only one party during his tenure at renter Danny Fitzgerald’s Hollywood Hills home, the Los Angeles Times reports. But Fitzgerald told the Times that the prince quickly broke that promise, throwing party after party.
And one bash in particular — the Prince Aziz’s graduation celebration — ended up topping them all.
Before throwing the Aug. 16 party in honor of his graduation from Pepperdine University, the prince allegedly promised Fitzgerald no more than 150 people would attend. But the party reprtedly had more than 800 attendees as well as drugs, marijuana and strippers, according to the Times.
“Incredibly, after this August 16 party, Prince Aziz continued to have nightly parties until the early mornings and continued to leave piles of trash on the street,” the complaint filed against the prince read. “Guests of the Prince were seen urinating on Plaintiff’s neighbors’ properties.”
Fitzgerald claims in his complaint against the prince that the damage caused to his home exceeds $300,000 given that he has been unable to lease out the property while repairs to the damaged furniture, walls and floors are being made. What’s more, the prince was allegedly supposed to take out a $1 million insurance policy, but failed to do so, Fitzgerald told the Times.
The defendants named in the suit, which include the prince and two of his employees, reportedly have not paid for any damages.
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