Wild pool party shut down…

Wild pool party shut down by police at New Jersey mansion

A massive rager at a mansion in New Jersey’s richest zip code was shut down by cops over the weekend — and neighbors say wild Vegas-like blowouts have been regularly held there despite the coronavirus pandemic.

Hundreds of carefree revelers — most without masks — were spotted outside the home on Hemlock Drive in Alpine for what promoters called “The Lavish Experience Pool Party” Saturday night, NBC New York reported.

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One person was seen taken away in an ambulance, while others were passed out drunk on the front lawn, the outlet reported.

A neighbor told The Post that the wild affairs have been a regular occurrence since May, at the height of the coronavirus crisis. She said she’s seen party buses dropping off people for the bashes — which are brazenly advertised on social media.

“A few months ago, new neighbors moved in, renters,” the neighbor said. “They started having parties one weekend after another. They were bringing in full party buses, at least 100 people or more.”

Another neighbor who didn’t want to be named told NBC New York the house is practically doubling as a “nightclub. I’ve been to Vegas a number of times and this is like a pool party that they throw there,” he said.

Last month, an event dubbed “Bikinpalooza” was hosted there and another party was planned for this weekend.

One woman told NBC New York that she and her pals spent $1,000 to attend Saturday’s function, which included a shuttle ride from Brooklyn to the Garden State.

“I don’t know what kind of scheme, or what they was doing, what kind of scam it was, but I don’t appreciate how I was treated, my friends were treated, how packed it was,” the woman said.

The parties are now under investigation by local police, state officials and the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office, Alpine Mayor Paul Tomasko told NBC New York.

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