Controversial 'LI Party Story' page removed from Twitter

The controversial Twitter "LI Party Story" page is again off-line after a News 12 report. Videos including a teen jumping and breaking a table had

The page encouraged Long Island teens to send their most provocative party pictures.

The page encouraged Long Island teens to send their most provocative party pictures. (6/24/15)

WOODBURY - The controversial Twitter "LI Party Story" page is again off-line after a News 12 report.

Videos including a teen jumping and breaking a table had been posted on the page. The page encouraged Long Island teens to send their most provocative party pictures, and the video with the most re-tweets would win Video of the Week.

Many of the videos show drug use and other illegal and dangerous behavior. But even more troubling to some DWI victim-advocacy groups is that fact that adults were involved.

Last year, a similar page about Long Island teens partying was taken down by Twitter.

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