Mom Busted For Hosting Underage Beer Pong Party In Her New York Home

A New York woman is facing child endangerment charges after she allegedly hosted a “beer pong” party in her home for underage revelers, police report.

Responding to a telephone tip about a 9:30 PM rager underway at a Putnam Valley home, sheriff’s deputies arrived at a Sunrise Drive residence to discover “under-aged persons on the premises who were reportedly drinking from a large assortment of alcoholic beverages.”

Four of the nine minors imbibing were under 17, cops allege.

During police questioning, Laurie Kennedy, 50, reportedly admitted hosting the September 19 party and “knowingly approved of the minors’ consumption of alcohol.” Additionally, Kennedy “allegedly even encouraged the teens’ behavior by furnishing tables, cups, and ping pong balls for their use in a drinking game commonly known as ‘beer pong,’” deputies reported.

Kennedy was hit with 14 misdemeanor counts related to the beer pong party. Free on her own recognizance, she faces a maximum of a year in jail and a $1000 fine on each of the criminal charges. Kennedy is pictured above in a Facebook photo captioned, “Using my new wine glass, it holds 3/4 of a bottle!!!”

Police did not disclose which of Kennedy’s five children were present at the party, which came a week after her home was sold at public auction due to a foreclosure action. The Putnam County home is about 45 miles north of Manhattan.