Infamous occasion boy Corey Worthington makes a comeback in a brand new auto insurance advert
Notorious party boy Corey Worthington hits the screens in a new ad for home insurance … 14 years after he vandalized his parents' property
He became a worldwide sensation after throwing a runaway party at his parents' home in Melbourne in 2008.
And now, Corey Worthington has returned to the television screens in a new home insurance ad for ShareCover.
The now 30-year-old is promoting insurance against damage to property and household effects by guests who celebrate parties in the house.
He's back again! Notorious party boy Corey Worthington has hit the screens in a new ad for home insurance … 14 years after he vandalized his parents' property
"I'm Corey Worthington, but you can call me Corey, trust Worthington because I'm a changed man," he said.
"I left all of that behind and that's why ShareCover asked me to be your guide in keeping your vacation home safe from harm."
Corey made a name for himself nationwide in 2008 when he threw a wild party at his parents' house in suburban Melbourne when he was just 16 years old.
After the event was posted on Myspace, 500 night owls reportedly showed up, and the resulting carnage drew police helicopters and dog squadrons onto the property.
New role: The now 30-year-old advertises property and household damage insurance for guests who celebrate parties at home
Two days later, a video was uploaded to YouTube of an interview Corey had with A Current Affair about the party and its aftermath.
“Why don't you take your glasses off so we can see you,” asked the interviewer Leila McKinnon.
“Nah, no, I'll leave them on here. I like her, ”he replied.
Although he said he was sorry, he added, “I cannot be exactly held responsible for everything that happened, it wasn't in the house, it was on the street and I didn't.
Making the headlines: Cory made national headlines in 2008 when he threw a wild party at his parents' home in suburban Melbourne at the age of 16.
"The police said stay inside so you won't get in trouble and I did what he said so …"
When Leila urged him to keep apologizing and show his face, he added, "I'll apologize, but I won't take my glasses off …"
After rising to fame in 2008, Corey starred in Big Brother's eighth season later that year.
In 2018, he returned to reality TV for the second season of Australian Ninja Warrior, debuting his muscular body.
Rise to Fame: After rising to fame in 2008, Corey starred in the eighth season of Big Brother later that year