Because I am friends with the kid (Dominic) who's house the party was at and he told us at school we could have it at our house. You mean at "his" house, not "our" house, right?
We also have texts from him that say along the lines "You can have the party in my garage, dont mess up my house, etc". He was also texting one of my friends at the party. Excellent. Obviously keep those texts. You may want to 'videotape' the texts as you scroll through them, showing what they say, when they were sent, and who they were sent from.
No I didn't see the cops. I suspect there were not police - if the cousins came and called them while you were there, why did you not see them? And what did the cousins do while you were there? Have a cocktail with you? Sounds like they are accessories to whatever they are alleging.
They said that they would press charges on me for "breaking in". Here is what they are forgetting. There has to actually has to be a break in - with 'intent' - here you have proof that the homeowner invited you there.
Here, I'm gonna tell you the whole story of what happened, hold on.
So this all happened Saturday. I'm going to use names so that you can follow along better. So Dominic allowed us to have a party at his house while he was in San Fransisco. He gave us permission to throw a party in his house and even left his window open for us before leaving. Didn't you say he left the "house" open? Not sure "window" is considered leaving the house open, but whatever.
So on saturday, while he wasn't there, the people who set up the party hopped in from the window and opened the front door. Then they set up the party. Later on when the party started, people would enter through the front door of the house. That is how I entered. People were drinking at the party, but I didn't drink because I've already been screwed once for drinking and I didn't want to risk it. Finally towards the end of the night, Dominic's cousins that were in Arizona found out about the party, came and stopped it. They came at around 12:45 at night. After that, I drove home because I was freaking out that everyone got caught. OK, so you did see the cousins and they, who don't own the house, yelled at everyone for coming to the party they were invited to. Interesting that they did not call the police at that time.
When I reach home, at 1:15 I get a call from Dominic's cousins/sister in law and she is cursing at me and abusing me and blaming the whole thing on me. Why did you give her your number? WHY???
She was claiming that she is going to press charges on me and says that I broke into her house, got all the alcohol, and that I'm in big trouble. I wouldn't worry about her. She has no evidence of such.
I keep telling her that I just went to the party, didn't break in or start it, but she won't agree. Again, stop talking to her. Tell her to call your lawyer. You see, had she actually called the police, they'd be doing the calling/stopping by, NOT her :) Is she trying to extort money from you or something? Is she an adult? If you were my child, I'd be contactingher (or better yet, have my attorney do so) and demand she cease and desist the harassment and threatening behavior against a minor, or I will have no choice but to seek redress for her child abuse).
I also tell her that we didnt break in cause dominic gave us permission to go in his house and even knew that we were there. Please, stop talking to her NOW. Before you decided to talk, there was no proof beyond he said/she said that you were even THERE. Now, there is also an admission of a critical point - stop helping them build a case against you and zip it. As they say, loose lips...
She still didnt agree and also said that I was piece of little shit and that she would beat the shit out of me Hmm, another threat of bodily harm. Get your lawyer on her - that is what I would do.
and that she didn't care if she went to jail. The next day, Dominic's parents somehow get my mom's number and call her and tell my parents whats going on. Your parents may want to let them know that it has been brought to their attention that there appears to be an extortion conspiracy going on, in addition to abuse of a minor that took place at the party (cousins yelling at you? I wouldn't specify, but the thought could nip them, give them pause to perhaps fold their cards and move on to pick on someone else). And if they can't control their relatives and cease the child abuse, your lawyer will have to take action.
The only reason they think it is me, because I tweeted something about the party. Wow, OK, you really haven't learned about social media - it is no different than putting it in the NEWSPAPER? Why do people treat it like their private diary but then send it out into the world. Seriously. Zip it.
My exact words were "Party who wants to come? ;)". But whoever replied to me on twitter, I didn't reply back and the tweet was just for fun. I agree it was harmless, albeit stupid. No offense, we live and we learn, and you live in an era much more complicate than when I was your age. But you need to wisen up or you will find yourself on the wrong side of a criminal record, all because you feel the need to share your schedule with the world.
Dominic also replied to the tweet saying "really dog its not a party i swear if my house gets f**ked up im gonna f**k you up". Nice guy. You got that tweet and still decided to go to this party?
I just showed up to the party! I didn't do anything else! I understand and I don't think they have a shot at anything, since there is no proof of any wrongdoing. I'd consider having YOUR lawyer write a cease and desist letter of some kind to warn them that continued harassment of a minor will result in legal consequences that they do not want to experience. Having that lawyer in the wings will also be good in the event they DO decide to push the police by making up fabrications - because you can call him immediately and NOT speak unless he tells you do.