After five people died, Airbnb promised to put an end to the Party Houses

Airbnb decides to ban "Party Houses" brokerage after five people died at a lodging at a Halloween party in San Francisco this week

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Global accommodation provider announces steps to combat unauthorized parties and get rid of renters and renters' malicious behavior, according to EXE News.

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On October 31, five people were killed and three more injured in Orindi, California, when an out-of-town Halloween party with about 100 turned out to be irregular.

According to the OXO World, the woman rented the house, claiming she had escaped with her family in the area's tumultuous wildfires. The owner, Michael Wang, believed there were a dozen people gathering in his home, but after complaints from neighbors about the noise, it became clear that there were significantly more people there.

Airbnb spokesman Ben Breit told Plazto the tenant account was blocked.

OXO reported that the owner had considered the one-night reservation to be suspicious at the outset and reminded the tenant beforehand that no party should be held at his home.

The event resulted in the deaths of 19-year-old Vallejo Oshiana Tompkins, 22-year-old Tiyon Farley, 24-year-old Omar Taylor, 23-year-old Ramon Hill junior and 29-year-old Javin County.

Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky said "what happened on Thursday night in Orinda was horrible." "I have sympathy for the families and neighbors affected by this tragedy. We are working to support them," he promised.

He added: "From today on, we will ban banquets and redouble our efforts to combat unauthorized parties and get rid of the malicious behavior of tenants and guests, including behaviors that lead to the terrible events we saw in Orinda."

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