Wealthy students, musicians, art directors and models arrested for 'rioting' in NYC and causing $100k damage

WEALTHY students, musicians, art directors and models have been arrested for allegedly rioting in New York City and causing $100,000 damage.

The NYPD released the mugshots of the seven "comrades" and dubbed their actions as "the height of hypocrisy."

The group were part of a peaceful protest, but broke off and caused $100,000 in damage, police said.

The department also labeled one of the women "the poster child for white privilege."

Clara Kraebber, 20, Adi Sragovich, 20, Frank Fuhrmeister, 30, Claire Severine, 27, Etkar Surette, 27, and Elliot Rucka, 20, Jade O’Halloran, 30 were all arrested.

Kraebber is an undergraduate at Rice University – her father is a psychiatrist and her mom is an architect in Manhattan.

Sragovich is a student and singer, meanwhile Fuhrmeister is a freelance art director who has worked with the likes of Pepsi and Samsung,

Severine, who works as a model, has settled in New York City after traveling the world.

Surette also lives in the state, residing in Prospect Park South.

Rucka is from Portland, and is the son of famous comic book writers Greg Rucka and Jennifer Van Meter – who are responsible for several famous works including Batwoman and Detective Comics.

O'Halloran is a research scholar, but her social media presence has recently been removed.

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