Controversial 'LI Party Story' page removed from Twitter

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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