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Photos: Cool Dad Throws Teen Daughter 'Playboy Mansion' Party, Gets Arrested

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Jeff Lake is the ultimate Chill San Diego Dad. By day, he's a lawyer for the so-called "medical marijuana bar." He's the kind of guy who gets it so he knew that when it came time for his daughter to hit the big 1-8, she deserved something special: a Playboy Mansion-themed rager.

What could possibly go wrong?

Last Friday was the date of said rager at the spacious Lake mansion in North San Diego County. 150 to 200 teens showed up to celebrate the birth of Poway High School student Olivia Lake. Her girlfriends showed up wearing sexy lingerie and bunny ears. The fridge was stocked with alcohol. And of course the neighbors called police, 10News reports.

San Diego County Sheriff's deputies stopped by after receiving complaints from neighbors, they found a bunch of teens being teens getting tipsy, and two guys—a 16-year-old and 19-year-old—black-out drunk. Jeff Lake, as chill as he is, couldn't get out of this one, and the deputies arrested him for throwing a party with underage kids boozing it up. He could face up to six months in jail.

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Jeff Lake apparently wasn't the only person over 21 at the party. Deputies said that there were other adults there as well, though they didn't mention if his wife, Jacki Lake was there. The mother, who is a former Poway High School PTA president, had some sage words of advice for her daughter on her birthday that her husband could have used: