Ari Teman, 31, claimed he left his apartment keys with David Carter, 32, on Friday night and stepped out for dinner before leaving town.
When he returned to the building to grab his luggage, a rowdy sex party featuring “Big Beautiful Women” was in the process of being shut down by building management.
“This was just so bizarre,” said Teman, who had rented his apartment via the website Airbnb.
“The worst part of the Internet right there was in my apartment.”
“There were all sorts of people walking out of my apartment and people coming in from the back yard. It was a huge mess.”
Teman said his apartment was trashed by a group of nearly nude, overweight people. After the shindig was broken up, Carter was a nervous wreck in the lobby, Teman said.
“This guy had a look of horror on his face,” Teman said. “He didn’t expect to see me for a few days. He said, ‘They shut us down, man, they’re shutting it down.’ ”
Carter, however, claimed he just had a small, quiet get-together and that Teman was overreacting.
“I had six people, friends and family,” Carter told The Post. “He is making a big to-do because he is being evicted.”
Carter posted on Airbnb that he wanted a place for his in-laws to stay while they were in town for a wedding, Teman claimed.
“He had a verified account and he seemed legit,” Teman said. “He had three positive reviews and so I approved the deal.”
When Teman later searched Carter’s phone number on the Internet, he found the raunchy soiree involving plus-size women advertised online as “Turn Up Part 2: The Pantie Raid.”
One person even blasted out Teman’s Seventh Avenue address in a tweet for an “XXX FREAK FEST.”
Carter denied he had anything to do with the ad.
A web ad that was displaying information on the alleged orgy.
“There was no address on the advertisement and I had nothing to with it,” he said.
The professional comedian called police, but no charges were filed. He now claims he wants to move.
“I just don’t want to touch anything in there,” he said. “I threw sheets all over everything.”
Carter claimed that a little partying never hurt anyone.
“I was not arrested. I did nothing wrong,” he said.
Airbnb said in a statement that Carter has been permanently removed from its website and that it will work with law enforcement to get the situation resolved.
Fuente: New York Post