East Hampton neighbors are angry with investment banker Marc Spilker and his wife, Diane, for allowing a wild party for their teenage daughter Carly that ended up with the arrest of one overserved guest.
Conor P.D. Harkins, 19, was found unconscious on a neighbor’s lawn at 6:30 a.m. Saturday after he broke a front gate, then the front door, and left a trail of blood in the house, which was once owned by George Stephanopoulos and Ali Wentworth. The current owners weren’t home.
Medics revived Harkins, a student at Hamilton College, with Narcan, the drug used to combat opioid overdoses. Police charged him with two felonies, burglary and criminal mischief.
But neighbors blame Spilker, a veteran of Goldman Sachs and Apollo Global Management, for playing host to Harkins at his house on Further Lane, where neighbors include Jerry Seinfeld and Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner.
“There was obviously underage drinking into the wee hours, and they let this drunken boy wander off,” one neighbor told me. “They should have looked for him or called the police.”
Spilker couldn’t be reached for comment.
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