Dion Waiters’ Neighbors Were Afraid His Party Guests Would Rob Them
Cavs guard Dion Waiters in hot water with some of his Suburban Philadelphia neighbors over a pool party that was supposed to be small, but ended up hosting over 700 people.
The party held at the Menlo Aquatics Center in Bucks County, about 30 miles north of Philadelphia, reportedly had booze, drugs, and outlandish behavior according to concerned neighbors.
Police were called on several occasions, and according to reports, guest even started tossing lifeguards in the pool.
A crowd of angry Perkasie residents packed a borough meeting last night outraged at the private party, and demanded answers as to how the town could have given permission for the event to occur on borough grounds, according to reports on the PhillyBurbs and NBC10 websites.
At Monday night’s council meeting, someone had posted large, orange signs inside the meeting room, with the messages “Yet another cover-up by borough officials!” and “Aigeldinger — short on leadership,” referring to council president Matt Aigeldinger. Other residents called for Perkasie leadership to resign, to heavy applause.
Another man worried about the message being sent after “a bunch” of people “descended on our town and trashed the place,” but none were arrested. He aired concerns that the partygoers might return to “steal or whatever” from residents.
Kate Lane, a neighbor of the pool, said the night was very scary. “I was scared, and I thank God for the police that were in front of my house,” she said.
The party was put together by a promoter, and was only supposed to have 100 guest. It’s not clear at this time, if Waiters was even in attendance.