I am totally disgusted at this kids attitude he has shown no remorse for the trouble he has caused, he is revelling in the notoriety and has vowed to repeat the excercise. His parents should never have left him alone as he obviously was not mature enough to be trusted, how would you react if it this was your child? The promoters who are looking at cashing in by offering him a job should be ashamed of themselves, the kid will see the job offer a reward for bad behaviour. http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,23057798-12377,00.html January 15, 2008 Party teen's parents 'disgusted' over drunken rampage BBC, CCN and The Guardian reporting the party Police haven't ruled out criminal charges over party Running scared ....I don't answer their calls. I just hang up," party boy Corey (right) said of his parents. "When they get home, I'm not going to be home." / Darren McNamara AN UNREPENTANT teenager who threw an out-of-control party at the weekend sparking a visit from the police air wing and dog squad says he will not change. Corey, 16, had 500 people arrive at his house after an open invitation went out on MySpace, but is still planning another bash in two weeks. "I've always had a bit of an attitude," Corey said. "I'm not going to change for anyone, really." Party boy Corey, 16, has been offered the chance of making up to $20,000 as a promoter after his wild and boozy party grabbed the attention of global media. He has so far refused to return home to face the wrath of his parents, and instead is planning another party to be held somewhere in Narre Warren in two weeks' time. "Yeah, it's been pretty fun," he told Channel Nine. "I'm having another big pary in two weeks." "I don't really want to (go home), I'm going out with my mates and stuff, and don't want to go home. The teen enraged his parents and police after notching up a $20,000 riot bill from his bash, and has since gone to ground. Party promoter Tim Sabre, of Raw Entertainment, has offered 16-year-old Corey a job with his events company as a party promoter. Mr Sabre told media outlets today that Corey had done "a great job in the wrong place" and tipped he could be successful promoting underage events. "A promoter who can organise a party for 500 people can make anywhere from $2000 to $10,000," he sad. "If he can pull 500 to the street, he could easily fill up a club." The BBC, CNN and The Guardian have reported on Corey's party. Police Chief Commissioner Christine Nixon has warned the couple they could be made to pay for their son's mistake. "I have certainly called for a report to look at the costs involved and whether there is a way to recoup our cost, particularly around police vehicles being damaged," Ms Nixon said.