They came dressed as Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders, Department of Corrections prisoners, even Colombian cocaine kingpin Pablo Escobar.
Masks were few and far between — both of the pandemic protection kind and the Halloween kind.
Some shotgunned cans of Sole Vodka at the Langley company’s bash on the night before Halloween.
Some left in ambulances.
Vancouver Police and B.C. Emergency Health Services were called to the $33 million mansion on Point Grey’s “Billionaires’ Row” for multiple calls of overdoses at one of Vancouver’s biggest house parties of the pandemic.
The venue? Stock market player David Sidoo’s mansion.
A year ago, the former pro football player spent Halloween in a U.S. jail during a three-month sentence, after pleading guilty to paying bribes to get his sons Jordan and Dylan Sidoo into prestigious California universities. (Jordan Sidoo told theBreaker.news that his father was not at home during the party.)
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