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Owners of House in Hamptons Find Out Renter Used it for Sex Parties

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Owners of a house in the Hamptons are suing the producers of an X-rated web reality series after sex parties were thrown at their home while they were renting it out.

Stuart and Susan Silverman put the home up for rent and soon rented it out to a businessman, who did not tell them he would be using it for Internet show “pArty of 5,” which features scantily clad women and drinking.

The Silvermans filed a complaint at Long Island Federal Court for unspecified damages, which included $20,000 in repairs and a couch with “sperm stains that could not be removed.”

They discovered what was going on after their neighbors told them on June 23 that a huge party was happening.

After traveling to their house from their main residence in Brooklyn, they discovered dozens of cars, security guards and around 100 people.

They then found pictures of their home, called “Vice Hamptons Crib” online, with pictures of women in “various stages of undress.”

The Silvermans believe their reputation is ruined amongst their neighbors.

Joshua Blackman was the businessman who rented the property. He runs a company called Vice Energy LLC.

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