Woman Claims She Was Drugged At Massive Party Hosted By Jake Paul In Los Angeles Mansion

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Jake Paul, the lovechild of Russ Hanneman and a Monster energy drink, threw a gigantic rager at his Los Angeles mansion over the weekend, complete with celebrities, hot chicks, live boxing matches and motorcycle stunts. Paul hosted the party for rapper Desiigner’s birthday, and celebrity guests included Chris Brown, Lamar Odom, Bella Thorne, Swae Lee, Justin Combs, Paris Brosnan, Trey Songz, Famous Dex, Cameron Dallas, and many other social media blue check marks.


Paul’s older brother, Logan, boldly dubbed it “the best party LA has ever seen.”

I never got the invite, phone reception must’ve been shitty.  I’m sure there was a lot of cool outfits, zany vlogging, and whacky stunts.

But, in true Paul brothers fashion, the party didn’t go off without some serious controversy.

After the party, a concerned mom took to a private Facebook group claiming that her daughter and a group of her friends had been drugged to the point of being “half naked and unable to walk or talk.”


The Los Angeles County Fire Department said they “spent the majority of Saturday night transporting multiple patients from a party thrown by YouTuber @jakepaul,” and had to transport at least two sick people to the hospital, according to Buzzfeed news.

A spokesperson for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department confirmed that detectives were looking into “a possible single occurrence of unwillful impairment” between 1 and 3 am at the party.

“On Sunday, May 5, 2019, the Malibu Lost Hills Sheriff’s Station was made aware of a possible single occurrence of unwillful impairment related to a party attended on May 4, 2019,” the spokesperson said in a statement. “Detectives are in the beginning stages of information gathering for the incident. The Sheriff’s Department treats allegations such as these seriously, and will use all known resources to investigate.”

Reps for Paul or Desiigner have yet to comment on the allegations.


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