A hedge fund manager has been sacked by his company following an epic Independence Day weekend blowout party.
Wall Street hedge fund manager Brett Barna, 31, rented a mansion in The Hamptons, where he hosted an epic bash called “Sprayathon” that attracted thousands of revelers over July 4 weekend.
The party in Bridgehampton, New York, looked like something out of The Wolf of Wall Street, given the amount of guests and debauchery.
According to reports, the party featured dwarfs armed with champagne guns that sprayed revelers with booze.
The $20 million mansion was listed for rent on Airbnb for the July 4th weekend at $5,000 per night.
The owner said he was told the party was going to be a low-key fundraiser for animal rescue, with maybe 50 people in attendance. But it resulted in a total wild scene with the place trashed.
Rapper Ace Hood even performed on the balcony of the house.
Inside, the mansion is a gleaming dream world of wealth and opulence with nine bedrooms.
Barna, who worked for Moore Capital Management, was let go from the company after the story broke.
“Mr. [Brett] Barna's personal judgment was inconsistent with the firm's values," the company told CNBC in a statement. "He is no longer employed by Moore Capital Management."
One source claims the house was left in good condition, adding that money was in fact raised for an animal-rescue charity.