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When Grammy winners come to your parties, you got something.
Attorney Thomas J. Henry has it -- it's called money. He had enough to drop $4 million on his son's 18th birthday party, and $6 million on his daughter's quinceanera.
Henry also had enough for a dozen rap and hip hop stars to entertain guests, not to mention some off-the-chain gifts for his kids. So where are you going to party for the holidays?
San Antonio. That's where you want to be if you want to party like a Henry. Last year, he had the "good fortune" to be a presenter at the MAXIM Super Bowl party.
That's what a $38,500 ticket and decades of multi-million dollar verdicts will buy you. Plus, your kids get to pose with celebrities.
Fergie, Ludicris, and other one-name entertainers joined the family for photo ops. Nick Cannon, D.J. Khaled, and Bow Wow made it into their photo album as well.
But the family parties; those require personal invitations you're not going to get. Nobody throws a birthday party like Tom Henry, the elder.
Tom Henry, Jr., who just turned 18, partied more in one night than all the teenagers in "American Pie" and the sequels. With DJ Ruckus spinning tunes, the entertainment also included burlesque showgirls, contortionists and aerial performances.
Gifts? A fully loaded Ferrari, an IWC Portuguese Toubillon watch, and custom art from Alec Monopoly.
Not to be forgotten, daughter Maya Henry arrived at her 15th bash in a Rolls Royce-led motorcade last year. She wore two dresses -- $20,000 each -- that evening.
Nick Jonas performed, along with Pitbull. Azteca Henry, Maya's mother, said they paid him "just under a million."
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