Police have taken Melbourne's party boy and global media star Corey Worthington into custody.
A police spokeswoman said the 16-year-old had been taken to the Narre Warren police station in relation to the wild party at his parents house on Saturday night. The latest development comes after Corey fled the studios of an FM radio station this morning during a sometimes hostile interview on live radio.

The 16-year-old from Narre Warren bolted out of the studio and fled down a fire escape after Fox FM's radio host Matt Tilley tried to remove his plastic yellow sunglasses, which he had kept on throughout the interview.

He was chased by several news camera operators and an anxious radio producer but disappeared.

Corey later returned to the studio and completed the on-air interview.

Before making his escape, Corey was asked if he had anything to say to his parents who might be listening.

"Sorry," he said.

Asked if he was planning to return to home, he said: "To get my clothes and stuff".

Asked if he ever wanted to go home again, he said: "I do sort of, but don't know right now".

Corey also said he had been approached by DJ Lako to run an underage club in Melbourne.

The hosts asked Corey if he was merely a brat who couldn't handle the truth, to which he replied, "Nuh".

Listeners who called the studio to speak with Corey were overwhelmingly hostile, with one woman telling him he had no respect for anyone else and a man calling him a "knob" and warning him to "watch out".

Corey, dressed in a white cap, fluoro yellow T-shirt and white high-top sneakers, appeared tense while being interviewed.

The teenager threw a house party on Saturday night while his parents were interstate, at which 500 teenagers spilled on to the streets, damaging property and throwing projectiles at police cars.

The out-of-control party and its aftermath have attracted media attention worldwide and drawn speculation that the teenager could earn big money by appearing on TV and promoting parties.

Victoria Police has also threatened to bill the boy's family $20,000 in damages.
source The Age