‘Mansion Pool Party’ Draws Over 1,000 People to Milton Home
On Friday night, Milton Police responded to 4 Mark Lane where between 1,000 and 1,500 people were attending the “Make it Nasty Mansion Pool Party.”
Last weekend the Milton Police Department broke up a party at a Milton residence that was attended by between 1,000 and 1,500 people. Police and other departments are looking into the event, which was held at 4 Mark Lane on Friday, Aug. 31, into Saturday, Sept. 1.
The event, which promotional fliers called the “Make it Nasty Mansion Pool Party,” was held in the enclosed pool house at the Mark Lane residence.
“They had a party and sold tickets to get in there,” said Deputy Chief Charles Paris, who called the size of the event, “just astounding.”
According to Twitter promotions of the party, tickets were sold for between $15 and $20 per person.
Broz 4 Lyfe and Bed Rock Bros. jointly presented the party.
Paris said police took about an hour and a half to break up the event after one or two residents complained about noise and parking.
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The MPD is considering filing a complaint against homeowner Steven Mathieu for permitting a nuisance by allowing others to sell alcohol.
According to Paris, the only illegal activity was the sale of alcohol at the event.
Milton’s building and health departments are looking into the party as well, Paris said. The occupancy of the pool house may violate building code and the health department typically sets occupancy restrictions for pools.
According to Paris, the homeowner was at the event and said he allowed a fundraiser to take place at his pool.