Real Rockefeller descendant ‘broke into and urinated throughout man’s apartment and caused $25,000 worth of damage in drunken St Patrick’s Day vandalism’


The Daily Mail


Twenty Five Grand! That’s his allowance gone for the week then. 



PUBLISHED: 04:23, 11 April 2013 | UPDATED: 04:23, 11 April 2013

A blood relative of the famous Nelson A. Rockefeller, along with five other Boston College seniors, have denied vandalizing an apartment and causing about $25,000 in damage on St Patrick’s Day.

Christian Rockefeller, 22, of Pleasantville, New York, was today arraigned in Brighton District Court – the same day that delusional fake Rockefeller heir Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter was convicted of murder in California.

He and five other students of the New England school, said they had no part the destruction, and denied creating a natural gas leak by pulling out a clothes dryer line.

kTrouble: Christian Rockefeller, 22, a blood relative of Nelson Rockefeller, is accused of vandalizing a Boston man’s house last month


kDamage control: Rockefeller and five other Boston College seniors allegedly broke into this building, breaking furniture, urinating, and causing other damage

Prosecutors also said the men urinated throughout the building, throwing eggs and milk around, and breaking furniture, according to Fox Boston.

kFamous: Nelson Rockefeller served as governor of New York

They added that the students were arraigned Wednesday on charges of breaking and entering and willful and malicious destruction of property in the March 16 incident. said that gas filled the resident’s apartment while he slept.

According to the Boston Globe, a cell phone signal was traced back to one of the men near the Gerald Road apartment that night.



The students all pleaded not guilty and were released on conditions including avoiding alcohol and drugs.

The other students are: Charles Howe of Pleasantville, New York; Timothy Orr, of Briarcliff Manor, New York; Arthur Pidoriano, of Cortland Manor, New York; David Rogers, of Providence, Rhode Island, and Matthew Tolkowsky, of Morristown, New Jersey.

Rockefeller is a great-grandson of Nelson A. Rockefeller, a U.S. vice president and New York governor.

A Rockefeller spokesman says the family will have no comment.

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