Video has emerged of the moment hundreds of people descended on the £1 million property in Highgate after hearing about it on Facebook. Thousands of pounds worth of damage was caused, and police were called in to break it up. Watch the video here.
Speaking the Evening Standard, Catherine Seale urged parents to make sure their children check their privacy settings on Facebook.
The last thing I told him before I went away was 'don't have any parties'.
They could have been killed. Even though it had been cleaned up when I got back from France, everything felt sticky and dirty and it stunk.
There was vomit in the sitting room, cushions were completely ruined, and the sofa stank for days.
All parents should be warned that this could happen if you go away and leave your 17-year-old alone.
- The property's owner, Catherine Seale was on holiday in France with her husband when the party was held on Saturday
- She got a call from a friend telling her what was going on
- Neighbours claim six police back-up units were needed to break up the crowd
Police were called to a £1 million property in north London to break up a party after 600 people turned up. According to the Evening Standard, the event was advertised on Facebook by a friend of 17-year-old Christopher Seale. He didn't realise the information could be seen by anyone.
Singers who want to take part in this year's X Factor have until May 8th to audition via Facebook.
Producers of the hit ITV show announced today that contestants who missed out on the open auditions in six cities can apply by recording a video and uploading it via the X Factor Facebook page.
Producer Richard Holloway said: “We want to cast our net as wide as possible.find the best talent the country has to offer"
This year, for the first time, The X Factor is accepting entries from both professionals and amateurs.
Previous winners include Londoners Leona Lewis and Alexandra Burke.