The $10million Hollywood Hills home, where TikTok‘s The Hype House left more than $300,000 worth of damage, has hit the rental market for nearly $50,000 a month.
The stunning 10-bedroom, 16-bath house, which was once occupied by the infamous influencer collective and YouTuber RiceGum, is available to rent for a cool $49,500 a month, a real estate source told TMZ. DailyMail.com has reached out to landlord Danny Fitzgerald for comment.
It is listed for both short and long-term rentals and comes with a movie theater, a gym, an 80-foot pool with a Hollywood sign, a high-speed elevator, and two master suites, among other luxuries.
Fitzgerald recently sued six members of the Hype House – including co-founders Thomas Petrou, 24, and Chase ‘Huddy’ Hudson, 20 – for causing more than $300,000 of damage to the property during their seven-month residency.
Despite Fitzgerald and his team still completing renovations on the home to repair the damage, new residents can continue to move in, the landlord told DailyMail.com last week.
The stunning 10-bedroom, 16-bath house (pictured), which was once occupied by the Hype House and YouTuber RiceGum, is available to rent for a cool $49,500 a month
The mansion comes with a movie theater, a gym, an 80-foot pool with a Hollywood sign, a high-speed elevator, and two master suites, among other luxuries
The home comes with stainless steel appliances, several seating and gaming areas, including ping pong and pool tables, and modern artwork, including a statue of a naked woman
The modern property features floor-to-ceiling windows, a six-car garage, several balconies, an outdoor firepit, jacuzzi and pool that comes with LED lights, plenty of space to entertain, including several sports bars, and more
Fitzgerald owns several properties in the LA area – all of which are rented out to influencers – despite his terrible experience renting to the Hype House group
Hype House co-founders Thomas Petrou (left) and Chase ‘Lil Huddy’ Hudson (right) have been sued by their former Weidlake Drive landlord for leaving more than $300,000 of damages at the mansion and about getting jail time for illegally setting off fireworks in a fire zone
Fitzgerald sued Petrou, Hudson, Mia Hayward, Calvin Goldby, Patrick Huston, and Nicholas Austin for breach of contract after they agreed to give him $10,000 a month for a 40-month period to pay for the damages after the group vacated their lease five months early.
The group has only been paying him $2,500 per month since January 2021.
He is asking for the $400,000 payment to be made immediately in full and for the $10,000 in legal fees he’s incurred because of them.
‘All they had to do was pay $10,000 a month,’ Fitzgerald told DailyMail.com last week. The group had been renting the property for around $40,000 a month, according to Fitzgerald.
So far, Fitzgerald has only received a fourth of the payment from Petrou for his and his girlfriend Mia Hayward’s share. As for the other shares, he said Petrou ‘refused’ to pay it, despite being the ringleader and manager of the content group.
‘They’re the workers and he’s the boss,’ Fitzgerald told DailyMail.com. ‘Thomas has all the money.’
DailyMail.com has reached out to Petrou for comment.
Fitzgerald said he has settled with two of the members but couldn’t recall who as he was on a ski trip. Those members have agreed to pay their share. As for the other members: ‘I don’t think they have any money,’ Fitzgerald told DailyMail.com.
He said if he had taken it all the way through the court system, the group would have more than likely owed him ‘millions.’
Danny Fitzgerald sued six members of the Hype House after the Gen-Z influencers trashed his home and left behind more than $300,000 worth of damages
Despite ongoing repairs, the mansion features gorgeous views of Hollywood, with ‘head-on city and ocean views,’ according to listing agent Manuela Villa.
‘A true masterpiece built to impress!’ Villa wrote.
Fitzgerald would certainly agree, as he told DailyMail.com that this home was the ‘place for kids to get rich and famous.’
The modern property features floor-to-ceiling windows, a six-car garage, several balconies, an outdoor firepit, jacuzzi and pool that comes with LED lights, plenty of space to entertain, including several sports bars, and more. It also has several skylights that allow the warm and sunny Los Angeles weather to seep into the home.
It also comes with stainless steel appliances, several seating and gaming areas, including ping pong and pool tables, and modern artwork, including a statue of a naked woman.
Fitzgerald owns several properties in the LA area – all of which are rented out to influencers – despite his terrible experience renting to the Hype House group.
‘I don’t want to rent to young people, but I don’t want to be discriminating,’ he told DailyMail.com. ‘I’m not against influencers, but just do your influencing [without destroying property].’
The group posted a video of themselves setting off fireworks next to the pool, despite living in a fire zone and on a fire hazard street as the house is backed by woodland areas
Within the 16,000-square-foot property – which Fitzgerald called the ‘place for kids to get rich and famous’ – the Hype House members destroyed the Jacuzzi’s motor, heating, and control panel; and damaged the pool by throwing a ladder in it (pictured)
The group of influencers destroyed the inside of the home with their endless antics
They also cracked expensive tile (pictured). ‘It’s endless what they did,’ Fitzgerald told DailyMail.com on Thursday
As well as left water damage in the ceiling (pictured in top right corner of the vent)
They also scratched the floors and damaged the walls (pictured)
Two men, who Fitzgerald referred to as ‘Crypto Castle,’ took over the lease after the TikTok group abandoned it. They were fined $60million for throwing a party, but Fitzgerald said they agreed on a lower price and the men paid it.
In addition to the damage caused by the Hype House, RiceGum – whose legal name is Bryan Quang Le – has also caused damage to the home and has been fined $25,000 by Fitzgerald for parties.
Fitzgerald is also dealing with damages to an adjacent property after a company rapper Lil Nas worked with threw a party and a thousand people showed up, including the singer.
‘I had to shut it down,’ Fitzgerald told DailyMail.com.
The Hype House members left the home after Fitzgerald and city council pressured them following an illegal firework show that nearly left them with jail time, the landlord exclusively told DailyMail.com.
Despite knowing it would break their lease, which member Kouvr Annon, 22, admitted to in one of the videos uploaded to the content house’s social media pages, they set off fireworks in a wildfire zone.
In a video posted to Fitzgerald’s YouTube page, Annon can be heard saying: ‘You guys need to be quick and be careful because on our lease it says, specifically, we are not allowed to light fireworks.’
The house is located in a fire zone and on a fire hazard street as it is it backed by woodland areas.
‘They could have set the whole state of California on fire,’ Fitzgerald told DailyMail.com. ‘And to top it off, they put it on their Instagram.’
Fitzgerald said the group had to hire a high-profile lawyer to get out of it and that ‘they’re lucky they didn’t get jail time.’
He also said the group was ‘monitored’ by his assistant full-time and did not listen when they were told they couldn’t do things.
‘[You say:] “You can’t do that,” then they do that,’ he said. ‘It’s endless what they did.
‘When they moved in, they were so fun, but then it went haywire.’