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Bryce Hall Arrest: What Happened And Why Was The TikTok Star Arrested?

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Bryce Hall Arrest: What Happened And Why Was The TikTok Star Arrested?

Bryce Hall and Austin McBroom's Youtube vs TikTok fight is this weekend and the two have been taking digs at one another across social media in the lead-up to it.

Bryce recently shared a mugshot of himself from that time he got arrested - and of course, Austin wasted no time in proceeding to mock it.

Austin McBroom on Instagram promoting the Youtube vs TikTok fight (Credit: Instagram/austinmcbroom)
Austin McBroom on Instagram promoting the Youtube vs TikTok fight (Credit: Instagram/austinmcbroom)

But it's led people to asking why Bryce Hall did get arrested that time, and when.

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Why was Bryce Hall arrested?

On 25th May 2021, Bryce shared a mugshot of himself with the caption: "1 year ago today... June 12th I might have an updated one after I murder mcpuss in the ring," referring to the upcoming Youtube vs TikTok fight.

Bryce Hall's mug shot (Credit: Instagram/brycehall)
Bryce Hall's mug shot (Credit: Instagram/brycehall)

Austin soon shared this photo on his Instagram story, with a clown emoji. He then shared a second photo of Bryce with a cop up against a pole and the words: "The day he got arrested." However, we should clarify that the photo isn't from the actual time of his arrest, it was taken at Bryce's 21st birthday party in August 2020, according to HITC.

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Austin McBroom shared a mugshot of Bryce Hall with clown emojis (Credit: HITC)
Austin McBroom shared a mugshot of Bryce Hall with clown emojis (Credit: HITC)

But Bryce Hall was actually arrested last year. It was in Texas on 26th May 2020 that he and his buddy Jaden Hossler were pulled up by police and arrested for drug possession. They were both reported to be in possession of Marijuana.

The two were held in jail overnight and released the next day, during which time, that mugshot of Bryce was taken.

In Texas, possession of two ounces or less of marijuana can lead to a misdemeanor charge and potentially 180 days in jail or a $2,000 fine. We're guessing the two hugely successful TikTokers were able to pay the fine no problem, and a representative of Lee County police confirmed with Newsweek that the two had been "bonded out."

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This wasn't the last time Bryce would have a run-in with the authorities. Last August, he had the power to his mansion cut off by authorities for throwing a huge party and violating COVID-19 regulations.

The co-owner of a Mexican restaurant is also trying to sue the TikTok star for getting into a fight with his staff in November 2020.

These influencers/boxers sure do get themselves into some heat!

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/brycehall

Topics: Boxing, YouTube, TikTok

Laura Sanders
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