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Woman Admits to Setting up Beer Pong for Teens: Cops



    A 41-year-old Connecticut woman accused of setting up a beer pong drinking game for teenagers partying at her home is due in court for the first time on Monday.

    Police said a teenager who went to the party at Maria Flores’ Fairfield home on July 10 was hospitalized for intoxication.

    Authorities said other teens were found playing beer pong in Flores' backyard.

    Police said Flores admitted to setting up the game.

    She was charged with permitting minors to possess alcohol and breach of peace and is scheduled to be arraigned in Bridgeport Superior Court.

    Flores has been free on a promise to appear in court.

    A phone listing for her was not in service, according to The Associated Press. It's not clear if she has a lawyer.

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