MySpace party leaves family's home devastated (news headline, uk.yahoo.com)
"Two parents were left with a 20,000-pound bill after a party advertised by their teenage daughter on the MySpace social networking site attracted hundreds of revellers who trashed their home.
Despite warnings from her mother not to have "any kids or drink in the house" while her parents went on a caravan holiday, 17-year-old Rachel Bell advertised her "Skins"-themed party, after a British television series about promiscuous, drug-taking teenagers, on MySpace for Easter Monday.
...more than 200 invaded the house in Woodstone Village, County Durham, northern England, some from as far away as London... wreaking mayhem in the quiet town..."
"Rachel was staying with a friend on Thursday for a "cooling off" period which she agreed to with her mother, while her parents dealt with the devastation in their home.
Her MySpace advertisement for the "Skins" party was subtitled, "Let's trash the average family-sized house disco party," though the teenager denies posting the message.
"They've pulled light fittings from the ceiling and I can't believe someone would come in and do something like this," Alan Bell said.
"There's cigarette burns on furniture and mattresses and it's a wonder they haven't burnt the house down."
Durham police said the incident would be investigated..."
Hey Rachel, I couldn't find your profile (and I really looked for it too...) anyway add me, if you ever come to London, I'm sure we can find you a house or three to trash any time...