The owner of a home on Cielo Vista rents it out nightly on AirBnB. It's supposed to be a place where people can get away and spend the night, not have parties.

Rules listed on the AirBnB ad for the home clearly state that there are no parties or events allowed in the residence.

But for $599, the gated home became host to a highly publicized pool party, where attendees paid as much as $15 a person to attend.

Video posted online showed organizers walking through the home earlier in the day. No one predicted the event would end with gunfire and sheriff's deputies responding on Monday morning.

"All we heard was gunshots from outside. We didn't know where it was coming from, we just heard a bunch of gunshots," said Jaylon Myers, the host of the event.

Authorities said that uninvited guests fired shots when they were told to leave. Moments later, they said Christopher King, 18, accidentally shot himself in the leg.

Myers said that a man named Greg arranged the location, and Greg just showed up to make it a success.

"I'm not the one who rents the house so, I mean, that's really out of my control what they do and how they want to do it. But, I mean, they're paying me to host and come, that's all I need. That's my job," Myers said.

AirBnB issued the following statement to KENS 5:

Our thoughts are with the individual who has been injured and we wish him a quick recovery. There have been over 200 million guest arrivals on Airbnb and negative incidents are extremely rare. We have no tolerance for this type of behavior and we immediately banned the guest who made the reservation from the platform. We offered our assistance to local law enforcement and are currently supporting the host through our Million Dollar Host Guarantee. The overwhelming majority of AirBnb hosts and guests are good neighbors and respectful travelers, but when issues happen, we work to make things right.

KENS 5 reached out to the owner of the house, but they declined to comment.

It's unclear if the organizer of this party will face any charges. The Bexar County Sheriff's Office says it's still investigating.

In addition to a statement, AirBnB provided the following information.

Tips For Hosts:

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