It seemed like a normal party to everyone there, but it turned out the birthday girl had some dark, ulterior motives for this rager.
This Girl Was BEYOND Spoiled
Is there anything worse than a dealing with a teenager with an attitude? Answer: yes, dealing with a rich, spoiled teenager with a serious attitude! And for one high schooler, she went to school with a girl so bad, she makes Regina George look like a saint. You see, Tasha attended classes with Raven, your stereotypical rich girl who definitely had a holier-than-thou attitude. Raven had just celebrated her sweet 16, and like any child from a very well-to-do family, she received a spanking brand new Jeep as her birthday gift.
Yet that wasn’t all, her sweet parents even installed a customized sound system for their little princess. Most people would be more than overjoyed to get a new car for any reason, yet Raven was less than thrilled. In fact, she was downright OUTRAGED BECAUSE IT WASN’T THE CAR SHE WANTED!!! Raven fumed for weeks over her “stupid” car, and finally, she hatched a plan for revenge, a plan so cruel and so maniacal that she would end up leaving her parents financially ruined for years…
A Night To Never Forget
Raven’s parents decided to go on a weekend getaway to a vineyard and arranged for their princess to spend the weekend at her best friend’s house. Yet Raven saw her parent’s mini-vaca as the perfect opportunity to finally exact her revenge. She announced to the whole school that she was throwing a huge party that Saturday night. Of course, all her peers were thrilled by the news, including her classmate Tasha.
Tasha couldn’t wait to put on her best outfit and hang out with her favorite girlfriends. Maybe they’d even run into an older, senior hottie or two who could take her to prom. Because Tasha and her friends are notorious for showing up fashionably late, they didn’t show up to the party until they were good and ready, hanging out first at another rich dude’s house. Then, once Tasha and her girlfriends arrived on the scene they couldn’t believe the mess they’d walked into.
Even Mike From AP Was Participating
Tasha and her girls entered the scene and they automatically noticed something really suspicious was going on. Raven’s parents had just bought their beautiful large home in the back of a new neighborhood, and the girls could tell Raven must’ve invited all grades from their Catholic high school judging by all the cars they’d seen. Not only were cars parked in the streets, but they parked in the unfinished driveways and homes surrounding Raven’s house. The crowd felt even bigger once they managed to reach Raven’s front door. The party was crowded, of course, and with most of their high school there it was obviously going to be a rager, but they noticed the guests doing more than just dancing and hanging out.
Raven’s parent’s house was the largest on their block, so the girls had to pass through multiple rooms to try and find the party host, but instead, they saw the chaos was even worse in the living room. Dozens of high schoolers were foraging through Raven’s parent’s stuff! They were yanking cabinets open, swiping family crystals and heirlooms off shelves, and even carting away their huge TV and speakers like it was Black Friday.
“We freak out. We see this guy Mike in the back game room and he has all of her dad’s sports stuff laid out and he is going through all of the signed baseballs and gloves and trying to figure out what’s the most valuable.
I mean, this is a skinny white dude that was in our GT and AP classes whom we all believed was a generally good kid, who is meticulously planning to rob Raven’s parents. I remember marching over to him and screaming at him asking him what the heck he thought he was doing. He looked at me, calmly and with this kind of disdain that I didn’t know what he knew and I was acting out of ignorance and said that Raven said anybody could have anything they wanted.”
The girls were absolutely speechless. How could Raven let something like this happen? Well little did they know about Raven’s master plan, and the only way to find out was by finding her.
At Least The Guests Were Having A Great Time…
It turned out Raven had padlocked her bedroom as her party turned from a normal, high school party to an all-out disaster zone. As Tasha and her girls walked through the house, they found classmates rummaging through Raven’s mom’s jewelry, clothes, makeup and more. They even found Raven’s friend, Jessica, trying on a diamond tiara and the girls around here were wearing matching diamond earrings and necklaces.
In another room, there was the older, townie lowlife just casually trying to set one of Raven’s mattresses on fire! Tasha and her friends couldn’t believe Raven invited the unemployed lowlife, who still lived with his mother. Seeing him meant this party was going to head south real quick. With chaos at every turn, Tasha and her friends were absolutely frantic trying to track down Raven to find out what in the world is going on! However, once they finally found her in the kitchen, they saw things were much worse than they could have possibly imagined.
Raven’s Confesses Everything To The Girls
As Tasha and her friends approached Raven, they realized she didn’t seem out of it at all. As the girls looked at Raven in awe, they also noted that a group of freshmen were all while taking hammers and screwdrivers and throwing them against the walls. Soon there were holes all over the sheetrock walls, and at this rate, there would be nothing left to keep the house standing. They couldn’t believe Raven was just letting this happen, heck she was even urging everyone and making sure they each got their own “demo day” tool to play with! They had to to get to the bottom of this and ask her what in the world she was thinking…
“We asked her what was going on and she said that she hated her parents. They were on vacation this weekend and they had given her some crappy car and if they cared about her, they would have spent their vacation money (weekend trip mind you) on her car! They don’t really love her but they just LOVE this brand new house so she was going to take it away from them.”
Wow. Tasha and her friends couldn’t believe Raven was letting their classmates, townies, and complete strangers wreck her parents’ beautiful home all because “they got the wrong car.” Guess they didn’t know Raven as well as they thought they did in the end. After that reaction, they knew it was time to get outta there because Raven wasn’t the only one who was gonna go down for this. Once the girls made it onto the front lawn, they realized they were leaving just in the nick of time.
Tasha and her friends were heading to their car when, all of a sudden, they heard a commotion from the house. The same lowlife, unemployed townie had apparently accomplished his goal of setting the mattress on fire and partygoers are frantically trying to throw the mattress engulfed in flames off the upper balcony. It seemed like more and more people were realizing this party was getting out of hand as high schoolers sprinted out the house and were running to their cars. Thankfully for Tasha and her friends, they were parked near the entrance of the neighborhood and avoided all the traffic caused by fleeing party guests, as well as the fire department and police eventually arriving to take care of the flaming mattress. They couldn’t believe the craziest party of the year was hosted by possibly the craziest, spoiled girl they would ever meet. And the aftermath of this “party” would be just as memorable.
The Party Aftermath
The girls ended up going to a friend’s house and wondered what was going to happen next. It wouldn’t take long for them to find out. Raven’s parents returned that Sunday night and, understandably, were shocked and angry to find out Raven had let the entire school rummage through their home and that their beautiful home now looked like a shack. The following Monday, lunch period hadn’t even started yet as Tasha’s classmates were pulled out of school either by parents or law enforcement. It turned out Raven’s parents and even the neighborhood builders were ready to do anything to restore their home, and attacking any high schooler that obviously stole their possessions was the first thing on their to-do list.
“Anything that wasn’t of value was either burned, broken, or used as a target for knife throwing.
Sheetrock was busted up in every room. This one kid stole their CHANDELIER! It was a nightmare I imagine. They contacted the police and tried to press charges against the kids that did it but everyone was too young to prosecute and Raven told them they could do it. Her parents couldn’t file insurance because nothing was an accident and once again, the police report showed that Raven had given permission.
The builders that were constructing the rest of the neighborhood were actively looking for the kids that were at the party because the destruction bled over to the neighbors’ houses. There were FBI level interrogations happening all over the school.
Four classes in two butler buildings were relocated that week to house the questioning. It was freaking insane.”
Poor Raven’s parents were out of a home and the financial options to do anything to fix the situation. Not even a lawsuit could fix what happened. Unsurprisingly, Tasha never saw Raven around school again. Ultimately Raven’s sabotage mission was complete, but she didn’t necessarily receive a “happy” ending.
What Goes Around, Comes Around
As expected, Raven’s parents were furious with her and realized they had no other choice but to ship her off to a boarding school in-state. After most of the high schoolers who stole property were busted, only items like Raven’s mom’s jewelry was returned, but anything else was destroyed or just missing. Being so furious with their spoiled daughter, they hoped maybe sending her away would not only punish her but protect their future belongings as they rebuilt their home once again. Of course, Raven was still upset that her mommy and daddy had wronged her in buying her a brand new car that WASN’T EVEN WHAT SHE WANTED and was determined to cause havoc wherever she was. Raven escaped from that boarding prison as soon as she could, fell in love with a bad boy, and ended up getting knocked up by him.
That would be the last bit of news Tasha and her friends would receive about the spoiled brat. Things returned to normal for about a month, minus fun, social activities among the three local high schools. Basically, Raven’s act of defiance cost her parents, builders, AND now even Tasha and her classmates. The usual dances and pep rallies were replaced with study halls and volunteering to clean up Raven’s parent’s neighborhood after the mess the horde of high schoolers had left behind. After all, if the mess hadn’t been cleaned up, the builders wouldn’t be able to finish their job and Raven’s parents would’ve remained the only sad couple on the block.
When Tasha looks back on that night, she can’t believe that everyone bought into Raven’s delusion and thought they could get away with it.
“I never really looked at some of those kids the same because they were just being so freaking stupid. I don’t know if it was because I was only out of it and they were all wasted or I just missed the crazed acceleration into atmospheric levels of stupidity, but it was so obvious that this was not going to end well. Maybe their parents didn’t beat their butts, but this had butt beating written all over it and I was not about to have to sit on my hip for the next week just to destroy her new house. I’d have much rather enjoyed it. Call me lazy I guess.”