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Brian Holloway’s home was trashed by over-indulged, spoiled, entitled little brats, and now the parents want to sue Brian Holloway. Can you believe the nerve?

The ex-football player whose upstate country home in Stephentown was vandalized over a booze-filled “Project X”-like Labor Day weekend trash party is now being sued by the parents of the little darlings because he dared to find out which teens perpetrated the crime and then proceeded to post their names on Facebook. Mind you, he found out who they were by discovering the students’ Facebook pages and the pictures they posted of the event. Destructive and stupid.

The parents of the entitled vandals feel that this is going to ruin their little darlings’ chances of getting into a good college.

Are these parents kidding?

These brats urinated on the carpets, burned holes in the table tops and counters, trashed windows, floors, and turned his house into a dump — then posted the pictures of their destruction online. Mr. Holloway estimates the damage to his home is approximately $20,000.

Ruining their chances. Really? What they posted will ruin their chances. Better yet, a little time in jail might prevent these wilding teens from growing up to be criminals.

Mr. Holloway even offered a way for these brats to redeem themselves. Come and help clean up your mess. Only four out of the 400-plus students showed up. The rest were sniveling behind mommy’s skirt folds.

And now the former offensive lineman is fighting back. When he heard that he was going to be sued by these indulging, enabling, litigious parents, Holloway authorized the Rensselaer sheriff’s office to press charges. He stated in an article, www.cbsnews.com/8301-504083_162-57604949-504083/brian-holloway-case-6-arrested-in-vandalism-of-ex-nfl-players-home/">“Everyone that broke the law, I’m pressing charges against.” He added, “The parents had a chance and students had a chance to come forward, and only four did.”

“I tried to be as accommodating as I could, but they took their stand by not showing up,” Holloway said.

So far, according to the report, six have been arrested, four teens and two men in their 20s. One of the men, as a teen, lived with the Holloway family and was helped by Holloway only to return the favor with this drunken debauchery.

Not for Nuthin™, but if I were the parent of one these snot-nosed brats I wouldn’t be initiating a lawsuit against Mr. Holloway, I’d be initiating a wooden spoon over my child’s head.

Follow me on Twitter @JDelBuono.

Joanna DelBuono writes about national issues every Wednesday on BrooklynDaily.com. E-mail her at jdelbuono@cnglocal.com.
Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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