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New Jersey Police Receive ‘Thousands’ Of Complaints From The Famous TikTok Motel!

The smart owner of a motel that went viral on TikTok has also made it infamous among the local police. North Bergen police were called to the Lincoln Tunnel Motel at 3801 Tonnelle Ave. on Sunday night after a third man was stabbed.

A 48-year-old father and his 18-year-old son were arrested there. NJ.com says that from 2020 until March, township police have been called to the property more than 2,700 times, which is about three times a day on average.

In the same report, the time period from 2017 to 2021 was given as overlapping. During that time, police responded to nearly 4,500 calls about the motel. The motel has become more popular on TikTok because of “Brian the motel guy.”

The owner of the Lincoln Tunnel Motel, Brian Acosta-Arya, has more than 940,000 followers, mostly because of his “Free Room for U” campaign, in which he gives people in need a free night’s stay.

Kelly Clarkson talked to Acosta-Arya a year ago. During the interview, he said that his father gave him the property after he tried to break into the entertainment business. As of October, 150 people who needed it had been given free stays in motels.

Problematic Motel Sold

Another troublesome motel in Ocean County was eventually closed down.
After 750 police calls over a two-year period, Toms River bought the Red Carpet Inn for $3.3 million in 2018 and shut it down. In 2019, the house was torn down.

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Another troublesome motel in Ocean County was eventually closed down. After 750 police calls over a two-year period, Toms River bought the Red Carpet Inn for $3.3 million in 2018 and shut it down. In 2019, the house was torn down.

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