TikTokers Bryce Hall & Blake Gray face jail time after partying charges

TikTokers Bryce Hall & Blake Gray face jail time after partying charges

He said Hall and Gray violated the "Safer LA" health order and the city's "Party House Ordinance" in their rented Hollywood Hills residence.

Two popular TikTok creators are facing charges over a series of parties in the Hollywood Hills.

Large parties are now prohibited in Los Angeles, due to concerns around COVID-19, and the two are accused of breaching the Safer L.A. health order and the city's Party House Ordinance.

It was not right away clear if Hall and Gray had lawyers who might speak on their behalf and efforts to reach their agents were not successful.

"We allege that these hosts have been incredibly irresponsible with a highly infectious disease spreading", Feuer said during a press conference announcing the charges.

If convicted, the men face up to one year in jail and up to $2,000 each in fines, officials said.

Six days later, the LAPD returned to the house after receiving a call of shots fired and found hundreds people celebrating Hall's 21st birthday.

Almost a week later on August 14, Feuer said angry neighbors called the police again and reported that they heard gunshots at a subsequent house party celebrating Hall's 21st birthday.

Feuer's charges specifically referred to an August 8 incident where police were called on one of these parties over a noise complaint.

The two own homes have been the subject of numerous community complaints and both owners have received multiple citations for violating the city's party house ordinance and received a warning letter from the City Attorney's Office about potential prosecution, according to Feuer. The officers warned Hall that the raucous gathering was prohibited under the mayor's Safer L.A. Order and issued a citation, according to a criminal complaint.

Two TikTok stars were charged on Friday for throwing parties in Los Angeles that flouted coronavirus restrictions on large gatherings.

On August 19, the city shut off the power at Hall and Gray's home. "We've got to put a stop to it", Feuer said.

The internet celebrities with millions of followers on TikTok share a home.

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