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TikTok Star Bryce Hall Got His Power and Water Shut for Throwing Party
A few days back, YouTuber Jake Paul got into trouble for organizing a massive party amidst coronavirus pandemic. The event was organized in his Calabasas mansion in California. It angered the neighbors who complained to the authorities. Further, the state took strict action as they follow a no-tolerance policy for such gathering. Recently, TikTok star Bryce Hall did the same thing. As a punishment, the city stopped the water and power supply to his home.
Bryce Hall is a tenant at one of the Hollywood Hills mansions with two other popular TikTok sensations, Blake Gray and Noah Beck. They hosted a birthday celebration on August 14. As usual, neighbors filed complaints due to noise, and the LAPD was informed. Videos from the event were posted online and saw dozens of invitees packed in a small space. Moreover, they had called female and male strippers.
On August 18, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti informed that power and water supply was cut off for that Hollywood Hills mansion. He tweeted this:
Today I authorized the City to disconnect utility service at a house in the Hollywood Hills to stop the large parties held there in flagrant violation of our public health orders. Parties like these can quickly and easily spread the virus and put our communities at risk.
— MayorOfLA (@MayorOfLA) August 19, 2020
TikTok Star Bryce Hall partying throughout the pandemic
This wasn’t the first time that Bryce Hall was criticized for partying. All through the pandemic, people have found him enjoying his time as nothing happened around the world. There have been several complaints on loud noises even in his previous address – the Bel Air homes several TikTokers and also the famous Sway House has been known for several parties.
On August 4, the Public Health of the state sent out a prohibition note for such gatherings. These include parties during the COVID-19 pandemic – even if held indoors. Further, this is to protect people from viruses spread. Also, on August 5, the Mayor had warned that people would have their water and power cut off if anyone was violating the rules. The new rules will limit community spread.