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Long Branch Sues Pop-Up Party Promoters: Report

Scenes from the pop-up party in Long Branch Saturday, May 21.
Scenes from the pop-up party in Long Branch Saturday, May 21. Photo Credit: jancetti Instagram/nicnilla Instagram/alexkaplan Instagram

Long Branch has sued six online party promoters for advertising an upcoming pop-up party in hopes of preventing it turning into one that caused chaos last month, the New Jersey Globe reported.

Wavell Thompson of East Orange, Kevin Small of Middlesex, Jayson Glasper of Tintin Falls Akeil T. Anderson, Semya Gill, and Jaylen Courten, a minor, failed to obtain a permit in violation of a local ordinance, created a public nuisance, negligence, and civil conspiracy, the outlet said.

A May party drew a crowd of nearly 5,000 young people and resulted in fights, arrests and disrupted local business.

The planned events on June 18 and 19 will start at noon and run until "whenever," says the suit. 

Click here for the complete story by the New Jersey Globe. 

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