I am sorry you feel this way. As you know, this case was handled by Airbnb who supported the merit of my claim. The house -as you stated -was in great condition when you checked-in and the pictures were taken right after your departure.
I 'd like also to remind you that you also broke the house "no party house" rule, as demonstrated by the confettis and helium tank left behind.
I'd like to point out that, were I -as you suggest- trying to defraud someone, logic would be that my claim would be for a much larger amount than 300 dollars, as the claim process is quite painstaking. I would also like to refer you to the over 20 excellent reviews I received.
I pride myself on offering a great stay and a beautiful house to my guests, and can only do so if people maintain the house appropriately.
Again, I am sorry that it ended this way, but my claim was fair and adequate to cover the costs I incurred following your stay.
Beyond the cost, this issue impacted me in multiple ways, as it was challenging to get the house in the shape it needed to be for the next guest and you are damaging my reputation.
I absolutely stand by my claim and Airbb agreed with me.