Gisela Zetsche, the wife of soon-to-be DaimlerChrysler CEO Dieter Zetche, was charged with having an open house party at the couple's Bloomfield Township home where teenagers were being served beer and liquor. Mrs. Zetche said she bought the beer for the 19th birthday party of a young man who is living with the family for the summer. About 100 people were said to be at the house when the police arrived, although the authorities only managed to ticket about 20 underage drinkers. Dieter wasn't home at the time and faces no charges, although his wife could receive a $500 fine if convicted.
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