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TikToker Bryce Hall Has Power Cut Off For Violating Covid-19 Rules With House Party

Amelia Ward

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TikToker Bryce Hall Has Power Cut Off For Violating Covid-19 Rules With House Party

TikTok star Bryce Hall had his power disconnected by LA authorities after holding a huge party which was an obvious breach of coronavirus rules. You can see footage of the party below:

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The Hollywood Hills residence saw hundreds of people and 20 strippers descend on the mansion, with no sign of anyone following social distancing or wearing masks.

The massive LA party pad is being rented by Hall and TikTokers Blake Gray and Noah Beck.

Hall and his housemates had been warned prior to having their utilities cut off, but after weeks of throwing huge parties, the city's mayor decided it was the only solution.

Police had visited the residence on 8 August and 14 August.

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti said: "Despite several warnings, this house has turned into a nightclub in the hills, hosting large gatherings in flagrant violation of our public health orders.

"The city has now disconnected utilities at this home to stop these parties that endanger our community."

The lights in the house can be seen flickering on TikTok videos. Credit: TikTok
The lights in the house can be seen flickering on TikTok videos. Credit: TikTok

In the city, gatherings that contain groups from different households have been banned in order to curb the spread of coronavirus.

Garcetti has previously warned that from 7 August, LA authorities are authorised to shut off the power and water to properties where large parties or gatherings were held in breach of Covid-19 restrictions.

New York Times reporter Taylor Lorenz tweeted that Hall's power had been cut off but his water was still working.

Videos quickly emerged online which showed rooms packed full of guests, with no social distancing being observed.

Partygoers can be seen standing close to each other and dancing, with one video showing them gathering to watch strippers lap dance for Hall.

The party was ended when police reportedly turned up at 4am to shut it down.

The LA Times reported that the police didn't provide any further detail for the call out, but did confirm the force had responded to a noise complaint.

Philip Enderwood, a member of the Bel Air-Beverly Crest Neighborhood Council, told the news outlet: "Although this is a win for the residents nearby, continued enforcement of the mayor's directive in hillside communities will be a challenge."

Featured Image Credit: TikTok/Bryce Hall

Amelia Ward
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