'Misogynistic creep': Panic! At the Disco urged to fire guard Zack Hall after sexual harassment allegations

Fans ask Panic At The Disco to fire the bodyguard after band member Dallon Weekes' wife Breezy says she had to put up with Hall's sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior


                            'Misogynistic creep': Panic! At the Disco urged to fire guard Zack Hall after sexual harassment allegations
Panic! At the Disco (Getty Images)

Panic! At the Disco's security guard Zack Hall is currently trending on Twitter, and thousands of fans have rallied against him after news of his sexual harassment and misogynistic behavior started spreading like wildfire on the social media platform. Hall is known to be a friend of the vocalist Brendon Urie and has acted as the band's road manager and bodyguard in the past.

However, plenty of Panic! At The Disco fans have now been stepping forward with accounts of Hall's sexual misconduct and inappropriate behavior, and the hashtag #firezackhall is steadily gathering steam, with close to 10,000 online reactions. What makes matters worse for Zack Hall is the fact that band member Dallon Weekes' wife Breezy Weekes herself has said that she had to put up with his sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior in the past. One fan has even summarized the problem with Zack Hall here. There's even a fan-made video outing his disgusting behavior here.



 

 

Many outraged followers are calling Hall out for his lewd words and actions, with one fan posting a personal account of her experience - "Remember when Zack Hall commented on my tits and called me 'boob girl' at a Panic! At The Disco concert? Not knowing if I was of age or not. Because I do." Dallon Weekes' wife Breezy Weekes herself replied, "I'm so sorry this happened to you, I can relate. I had to put up with sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior from him for almost a decade. I had no choice but to tolerate it and keep my mouth shut so that Dallon could keep his job." Enraged fans were calling for Hall to be fired, saying "He's a misogynistic creep." Another fan declared, "Zack Hall needs to be fired now, he is a disgusting creep who needs to be fired off the Panic! Team. He has harassed several fans. This needs to stop."

Another outraged fan said, "Her [Breezy] sharing her story is the final straw with this shit and we’re all tired of him hurting people because he doesn't care #firezackhall." A supporter also said, "#firezackhall @brendonurie @PanicAtTheDisco listen to your fans, Zack has done awful things and he must pay for his behavior. Say something about this and, most important, DO something."

Musicians Ryan Ross, Jon Walker, Spencer Smith, and Brendon Urie of Panic! at the Disco attend the 2006 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall August 31, 2006 in New York City (Getty Images)

Another fan showed a "F**king gross" screengrab of Hall's Twitter status from June 2015, where he said, "My nudes wallpaper is coming along nicely" and shared a picture of a topless women collage that he had sourced from Snapchat, although the picture itself had been blurred out.  

Another fan referred to touring guitarist Kenny Harris's termination when she said, "If @PanicAtTheDisco fired Kenny because of sexual misconduct involving underage fans, can they pls fire Zack? #firezackhall." Another fan concluded, "Zack may be a good friend to Brendon [Urie]. But it's not a valid excuse not to fire him. Bunch of fans were uncomfortable. I hate it. I love you @brendonurie, I will die for you. If you love us let him go." 

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