Police said they started receiving complaints about a disturbance on Mill Pond Road around 8:30 p.m. from nearby residents.
The home, which sits on a cul-de-sac in the suburban neighborhood, costs $795 a night to rent and is described as a “stunning 3,700+ square foot home,” according to the Airbnb listing.
Police said the gathering eventually grew to more than 700 people with over 100 vehicles parked in the area.
Weiss and the party organizers, Patience Guanue, 23, and Alicia Hinneh, 22, both of Newark, were all issued summonses for violating the governor’s executive order, police said.
Additional officers responded and the unwanted group was then dispersed from this second residence,” Jackson police said.
In a statement, Airbnb Spokesman Ben Breit said the company removed both of the party organizers from the platform, deactivated the listing and is investigating further.