Hundreds of teens break into Texas home for ‘mansion rager’
On the night of April 18th, hundreds of teenagers descended upon a Texas home, uninvited and unannounced. The teens, who were reportedly between the ages of 14 and 18, had come to the home in the Houston suburb of Katy for an impromptu party, dubbed a “mansion rager.”
The homeowner, who was away at the time, had no idea the teens were there until neighbors alerted her to the noise and commotion. She returned home to find hundreds of teens in her house, drinking and partying.
The teens had reportedly used social media to spread the word about the party. They had also apparently broken into the house, as the homeowner noted that the door had been damaged.
The homeowner called the police, who arrived to find the teens still partying. The police were able to disperse the crowd without any arrests, but they did issue citations to several of the teens for trespassing.
The incident has sparked a debate over the issue of teens using social media to organize large, unruly parties. Some have argued that the teens should be held accountable for their actions, while others have argued that the homeowner should have taken better security measures to prevent the teens from breaking in.
Either way, this incident serves as a reminder of the potential dangers of social media. It’s important for parents to talk to their teens about the potential risks of using social media to organize large, unsupervised gatherings. It’s also important for homeowners to take steps to protect their property from unwanted guests.