Kristina booked our house for one person and then threw a party. She stood me up on our agreed meeting time; I lost the majority of a day’s work because she kept pushing it back. By the time that I left, tired of waiting for Kristina to arrive, I counted eleven individuals even though she had said after booking for only one person that it was her intention to bring eight. I overheard them discussing even more guests who would arrive later. I have no idea how many people eventually came. It doesn’t matter because even if there had been 20 guests, I wouldn’t have cared in the house of left in good shape. Sadly, Kristina left the house in atrocious condition despite her promise to clean (our agreement was that if she left the house in good condition, I would refund her $70 of the cleaning fee). Instead, they wrecked the exhaust panel for our Sub-Zero professional freezer, broke an antique couch leg (completely splintered and detached, throw across the room), broke the kitchen instant hot water faucet, broke the door of the TV cabinet, damaged two custom painting frames, left four grave wine stains on antique rugs, unstitched the upholstery piping on an armchair, left deflated balloons in the entrance hall, and left pretzels hidden bizarrely in the sheets of four beds. It will cost me much more to fix the damages of this rental than what Kristina paid me. It was a total nightmare and completely out of the ordinary from our normally very positive experiences on AirBNB. Perhaps the worst thing that happened of all of this is that Kristina tried to blackmail me by insinuating via text message that she would leave me a bad review if I didn’t let her off the hook for the gravely damaged property. I have submitted more than 30 photos with digital time stamps to AirBNB to review for evidence, as well as screen captures of our text messages.