YouTuber Jake Paul threw an enormous house party on Saturday that reportedly ended with multiple female guests being hospitalized.
The Team 10 Founder hosted a blowout birthday bash for rapper Desiigner at his mansion on May 4, 2019, which was followed by allegations that some women in attendance were unknowingly drugged.
According to Radar, the Los Angeles County Fire Department confirmed that “officials responded to two separate 911 calls claiming two females fell ill after allegedly being drugged.”
“We had an engine and a squad from LA County fire show up and transport both patients to a local hospital at those times,” a LAFD spokesperson told the outlet.
Also on May 5, a parent of one of the alleged victims took to Facebook to share what happened to her daughter at Jake’s mansion, and to warn others about the dangers that can take place at house parties.
“A big warning to those with teenage daughters,” the parent wrote. “My daughter was at a party in Calabasas last night for YouTuber Jake Paul. The house was a mansion filled with young people. She ended up in the hospital with eight other girls who had been drugged and ended up at [the hospital] incoherent. Something was put in their drinks. The girls were all half naked and unable to walk or talk. They were made to sign a disclaimer at the door. I’m sharing this in hopes that you will talk to your teens and young adults. I’m sharing this in hopes to help someone. I will be reporting this to the authorities.”
YouTuber Keemstar reposted this concerned parent’s Facebook post on his own social media, along with a screenshot from an Instagram account that seemingly belonged to the local South Calabasas Fire Station. The screenshot displayed an image of firetrucks outside the Team 10 mansion gates, which was captioned, “Engine 68 and Squad 68 spent the majority of Saturday night transporting multiple patients from a party thrown by YouTuber @jakepaul.”
Unfortunately, it seems the fire station’s Instagram account has since gone private, so it’s not accessible to the public. Of course, this left many of Keemstar’s followers suspicious about whether or not the post was even real at all.
“Can’t see it on their feed… You sure this is legit @KEEMSTAR??” someone asked.
— Ollie Exley (@OllieExley) May 5, 2019
Regardless, this is definitely something that should be taken very seriously, but it’s also important to remember that Jake isn’t personally being accused of anything. Sure, he’s been involved in many legal scandals, but this is just something that allegedly happened under his roof.
If anything, this is proof that things can go wrong anywhere — even if safety measures are put into place as a precaution. Bottom line: Slipping substances into the drinks of unsuspecting party-goers is not only illegal, but highly dangerous, and these allegations are a frightening reminder to us all that we have to remain aware of our surroundings at all times.
If you or someone you know needs help, please call the National Youth Crisis Hotline at 1-800-448-4663.
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