Robert Pearman Creates His Own 'The Hangover,' Causes $100k in Damage to Hotel

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A man created his own real life version of 'The Hangover' after he caused $100,000 in damages to his luxury hotel suite in Las Vegas.

Robert Pearman, a lawyer from Encino, Calif., was found highly intoxicated with five women in his room amongst the mess. He was staying at the Encore Tower Suites at Wynn Las Vegas. The suite had three-bedrooms, and 5,829 square-feet of space. 

The hotel called police to his room after staff found out about the damage and was having difficulty with the man. 

At first, Pearman took responsibility for the mess. 

"I take full responsibility for what happened here. We were partying," he said. "I did all of this. I am responsible for all of these people. Let my people go."

The hotel said they would not press charges on him if he paid the $96,000 in damages up front. But that's when he turned angry, and lashed out at the employees and the hotel's owner, Steve Wynn.

He said he was going to take the issue to court and would "dispose Steve Wynn and make this place Napalm."

After his threat, he was arrested for malicious destruction of property.

Despite him admitting he was responsible for the damage, he and his lawyers are now blaming the damage on a "third party."

Pearman has not responded to requests for comment.

Sources: Daily Mail, Las Vegas Sun