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Teens break into mansion to hold party while charging party goers an entrance fee

By Mason White 12:42 PM December 13, 2013
The mansion, the $250,000 leopard and woman
who attended the party that was held at the
Nick Radoi home 

By: Shifra Unger
(Scroll down for video) In a bizarre incident, about 100 teens managed to get into a mansion in California, while the homeowner was out of the country.

The mansion belongs to Romanian-born trucking magnate, Nick Radoi. He was in Europe at the time of the break in.

Radoi is known for holding elaborate parties in the backyard of his beautiful mansion in Los Angeles.

Therefore, when the teens partied at his mansion, the neighbors did not suspect that anything was wrong.

Three 18-year-olds, who invited people to the party, only planned to use the back yard of the mansion.

Word of the party got out through social media, and about 100 teens showed up to the party.

The 18-year-olds charged an entrance fee from all participants.

Unfortunately, some teens managed to break into the 9,000 square-foot mansion.

They raided the mansion, causing $1 million in damages. They stole many expensive items including a rare stuffed leopard which is worth $250,000. The also took the homeowner’s Italian suits and many more items.

Many of the teens took Selfies of themselves in the house and with the stolen items.

Police arrested Nickolas Koontz, Kevin Larios and Andres Uribe, all 18, who are believed to be the organizers of the event at the La Habra Heights residence.

13 other high school students were also arrested after they were found in possession of the stolen items.

Police were able to recover many of the stolen goods.