In the exclusive Hamptons, a scheming entrepreneur convinces his landlord that he’s having a family reunion. Instead, he scams drunken, partying teens for thousands of dollars after their prom.
The accused individual, Lee Hnetinka, rented out a 100 year old, 18 bedroom mansion for $30,000 for the month of June, then charged high school students $34,000 per weekend to be used as an after prom party palace.
The rental came with a 20 page manual of “party rules” which included the following:
- renters had to pay for security guards & bouncers
- only clear alcohol for minors
- bouncers could confiscate hard alcohol depending on teens level of intoxication
How much did he make?
Well, he paid $30,000 for the month and rented it out for $34,000 per weekend (times 4 weekends in the month or $136,000 for the month), so he may have made over $100,000. Not bad for a dishonest days work.
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