A new landlord has shed tears this weekend after seeing more than 300 partygoers loot his rental room at a Halloween party in Laurence.
Six inches of debris on the floor, broken sofas, torn doors, water damage to the ceiling, ruined beds and even a stolen TV, Mary-Josie Campbell describes finding her room this weekend.
“When we saw the Halloween party on Friday night, we panicked to know it was with us. They should be 10 to 14 people, not 300 to 400 people, ”he said in an interview. Magazine MMe Campbell admitted to crying at the sight of the damage.
The latter bought the apartment in Val-des-Lacs with her son and her husband three weeks ago. He is now demanding more than $ 15,000 in compensation from party organizers.
“There was garbage everywhere. On the walls, on the ceiling and on the floor everywhere outside. We even cleaned our little street where the salad was located. Everyone in the neighborhood was terrified. […] This is a lack of blatant respect for others. It’s sad to see that they can buy everything, “said Mary-Josie Campbell.
The owners of the salad agreed to tell their story Magazine To ensure that party organizers are pinched.
“We are new to this rental market. Gave false names to make reservations. A young woman called, but she did not arrange everything, ”says the owner.
According to his son Jason Beaulieu, this Halloween party was advertised by someone who identifies himself as Yonni Palencia. Yet according to him, the rally was organized by Mehdin El Sami, who nicknamed himself “Prince Rover” on social media.
He has posted dozens of videos on Snapshot, where we see him partying at a rental house in Wall-des-Locks. In another video released this afternoon, he argues that homeowners’ assessment of damage is exaggerated.
“They charged $ 150 per person for each ticket to the party, which we found. […] I tried to stop them from leaving the salad early in the morning, but I can tell they were not very polite to me, ”says Mary-Josie Campbell.
Sûreté du Québec (SQ) confirms that they went to this house on Michaudville Road in Val-des-Lacs to finish the rally. They received a related call from Friday to Saturday at midnight.
“The person in charge of the rent must receive reports of violations under municipal rules and the Public Health Act,” said SQ’s spokeswoman Sergeant Audrey-Anne Piloto.
Ms. Piloto also said that investigations were underway into the damage to Salem.