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'Project X' Parties

Los Angeles, CA -

"Follow the Gnome... "

From East L.A... to Woodland Hills... to Beverly Hills...

Like in that movie Project X - the teen fantasy of the wildest party ever...so many are following the Gnome.

We've been reporting on Facebook Parties for months now... but now the scene is changing so fast...spreading...growing.

The movie ignited a firestorm of copycat parties...suddenly all the kids want to experience it...and the party promoters are responding and making big bucks.

Gina Silva reports that the events are getting bigger and crazier... trying to outdo the movie. More booze... more drugs... Noz everywhere.

And even that little plaster Gnome statue filled with ecstasy...just like in the movie.

Watch our FOX 11 Investigative Special Report: Project X Parties - Click the Video in the Media Player

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