LUTZ, Fla - Former New England Patriots player and Lutz resident Brian Holloway who claimed that his New York home was trashed by a bunch of local teenagers is now on the offensive.
TMZ reports that the home is in foreclosure, that Holloway owes over a $1 million on the home and that the house already had damage inside from previous parties there.
TMZ says neighbors are suspicious of his motive requesting financial help for the repairs.
Video surfaced earlier this week of the teens partying in his house. Holloway took to social media publishing the names of some of the kids who allegedly partied at the house and trashed it on the website www.helpsave300.com .
According to the NY Daily news , the parents of the teens whose names were posted are now considering legal action against Holloway for posting the names.
In an interview with ABC Action News this morning, Holloway denied reports that the home was previously damaged, "Its nonsense and not true," said Holloway.
Holloway would not comment on the reported foreclosure.
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