TikTokers Bryce Hall And Blake Gray Got Charged For Throwing House Parties During The Pandemic

September 1, 2020 / Posted by:

People says that douche-brained TikTokers, Bryce Hall and Blake Gray, have been charged for throwing that huge birthday party at Sway House (that Los Angeles mansion where TikTokers live and make content together) as coronavirus numbers surge in California. They already got punished by getting their utilities shut off, but the L.A. City Attorney took it one step further and charged them. Amen! Blessings be! Another minor win in the Hellscape of 2020.

21-year-old Bryce and 19-year-old Blake hosted huge parties at Sway House during the pandemic, and since they’re professional attention whores, it’s all on video. The Mayor of Los Angeles, Eric Garcetti, finally cut off their utilities after they kept violating public health regulations put in place for the pandemic by throwing huge gatherings. Mayor Garcetti didn’t name Bryce and Blake at the time, but he said that “despite several warnings” the mansion was:

“Turned into a nightclub in the Hills, hosting large gatherings in flagrant violation of our public health orders.”

Well pour one out for Sway House, Nightclub In the Hills–because Bryce and Blake have been charged for violating the Safer LA Health Order and the City’s Party House Ordinance. They did so by hosting house parties on August 8 and August 14. The Los Angeles City Attorney, Mike Feuer, said at a press conference on Friday they had both each been charged with “one misdemeanor count of constituting a public nuisance by conducting a loud and unruly conduct gathering which threatens and interferes with public health, safety and welfare, and one misdemeanor count of violating a lawful directive during a local emergency.”

They face up to one year in jail and $2000 in fines each. I mean, I doubt they’re actually going to jail and $2000 is less than they make for waving their arms to the beat of someone else’s song on TikTok, but it’s something. And I’m no Elle Woods, but this case seems pretty airtight to me, especially when the evidence is still on the internet:

The L.A. City Attorney also said this at the press conference:

“We allege these hosts have been incredibly irresponsible with a highly infectious disease spreading in parties banned because of it, and we allege they violated the law… If you have a combined 19 million followers on TikTok in the middle of a public health crisis, you should be modeling great behavior, best practices for all of us, rather than brazenly violating the law and then posting videos about it, as we allege happened here.”

I know that he has to use the word “allege” but there’s hours of video that prove they are guilty of throwing huge parties. So not sure what their defense is going to be. Maybe when they face a judge to give their plea, they’ll handle things the way TikTokers handle everything by doing a very annoying dance, which will make the judge roll their eyes in annoyance and immediately skip all the trial shit and sentence them to life!

Pic: Instagram

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