CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Personal injury attorney Thomas J. Henry knows how to throw a party.
Just last year he spent $6 million on his daughter Maya's quinceañera. This weekend, he made sure his son's 18th birthday didn't fall short.
The party for Thomas Henry Jr. was held at Hotel Discotheque lounge in San Antonio. The event had a Gatsby-mixed-with-burlesque theme complete with showgirls, aerial performers, art installations and contortionists. Celebrity production designer Dylan Marer and his team from Hollywood produced the event, a media release from Lawlor Media Group reads.
The party featured performances by Diplo, J Balvin and Migos. Celebrity guests included Ashanti, Rumer Willis, Lance Bass, Josh Henderson, Adrienne Bailon, Joanna Krupa, Aubrey O’Day, Austin Mahone and others.
The star of the party, who sat on a throne-like chair when he wasn't dancing, was given a fully loaded blue Ferrari, an IWC Portugieser Tourbillion watch and a custom-made painting from Alec Monopoly.
Reports state the event cost about $4 million dollars.
The Henry family is known for flashy parties including the 2016 Apollo in the Hamptons event at Ron Perelman home, the 2017 Republic Records Grammy after party, and the 2017 Maxim Super Bowl party.
In November, Henry won a $45.3 million verdict on behalf of his client in a company vehicle crash involving the use of cellphones while driving, according to a press release. Jenny Hanes was injured when a sport-utility vehicle driven by JC Fodale Energy Services employee Mickey Hunt rear-ended her car on Interstate 35 in San Antonio, the release stated.
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