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Airbnb Scammer Wrecks Williamsburg Family's Home In Epic Rager

Will Croxton was three weeks into a cross-country road-trip with his wife and two kids when he first got the sense something might be going wrong at home. Croxton, a musician and teacher, and his wife, a Brooklyn high school principal, had been renting out half of the duplex they own in an industrial part of Williamsburg for $200 a night on Airbnb. It was their first time using the short-term rental service, and their first two guests had stayed five days each without incident in the apartment the Croxtons call home.
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