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The Victorian teenager whose out-of-control party led drunken youths to attack police with rocks and bottles could make up to $10,000 from his escapade.
A party promoter now says he's prepared to offer 16-year-old Corey Delaney a job with his events company as a party promoter.
"(Corey) did a great job in the wrong place — I think he'd be very successful," said Tim Sabre, director of Raw Entertainment.
"We're prepared to put him in as a party promoter — we'd organise an underage party and have him as the host.
"A promoter who can organise a party for 500 people can make anywhere from $2000 to $10,000.
"If he can pull 500 to the street, he could easily fill up a club."
Meanwhile, celebrity agency Marksonsparks said despite the enormous publicity, they had no plans to recruit the youngster.
"He's a bit too much of a party boy for me," said managing director Max Markson.
"If I was a nightclub owner, I'd be signing him up immediately — he obviously knows how to pull a party together.
"Sounds like he puts Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan to shame."
The teenager's house party last Saturday night attracted 500 alcohol-fuelled teenagers, who damaged police cars and neighbourhood property in Narre Warren South in suburban Melbourne.
Police were forced to bring in the dog squad and call for helicopter assistance to disperse the throng of teens.
Victorian police commissioner Christine Nixon said the boy's parents may be billed for the estimated $20,000 damage the revellers caused.
Parents Jo and Steve Delaney — who were away on the Gold Coast at the time — cut short their holiday and told reporters they were "horrified".
"I can't believe that Corey would do this to us to start with," Ms Delaney said.
"Honestly, he must have planned the party."
The youngster told National Nine News he was sorry — but when asked what advice he had for other teenagers considering throwing a similar party, he said: "Get me to do it for you.
"Best party ever, that's what everyone's saying.''