Upon reaching the house, MacArthur, 42, said he was made to sign a waiver indicating he was over 18 and show ID. The $10 entrance fee was waived because he was a neighbor. He then made his way into the party.
“So I walk back there and there’s all these, there’s all these 20-year-old hot chicks sitting in the pool, doing lap dances … I don’t know what the hell is going on, I’m like, freakin’ out, I’ve been married for 23 years,” he said.
“So I’m like, you know what, I’ll go get a drink, whatever.
MacArthur eventually wandered inside the mansion, where he recognized a very distinct smell.
“What’s back there?” MacArthur recalls asking.
“Someone said, ‘That’s a Hookah room.’ I’m like, ‘they ain’t smoking hookah, that’s pot,’” he said.
“The lady just laughed, and was like, ‘You don’t want to go back there,’ so of course I [did] and they were smoking pot.”
The next day, May 18, a “B Stacks MME Video Shoot Party” was held on the property, and, according to the injunction, included “professional film crews, deejays, security, catering and wait staff.”
The Record verified that tweets from rapper B Stacks, who was mentioned in the injunction, did indeed confirm the event took place.
MacArthur estimates the Metropolitan Lifestyle Mansion that Saturday drew in about 600 cars and more than 2,000 people to the two-street, 15-lot Radcliffe development.
MacArthur said a second party at the mansion, scheduled for Sunday May 19, was advertised on local a radio station. It was eventually rained out.
“We kinda hoped for [bad] weather on the weekends so that we wouldn’t have to deal with any parties,” MacArthur said. “It sucked.”
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