TikToker Bryce Hall's party guests defecate on street, claim neighbors as Internet says 'he's part of problem'

Neighbors also complained about people having sex in the cars, smoking marijuana in a fire risk area and blocking the street until dawn


                            TikToker Bryce Hall's party guests defecate on street, claim neighbors as Internet says 'he's part of problem'
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Looks like social media stars are forgetting all about social distancing norms amid the pandemic. They are busy hosting parties without safety measures. Neighbors of the TikTok party hub the 'Sway House’ which is home of Tik-Tok stars Bryce Hall, Noah Beck, and Blake Gray, complained on August 25 that the situation surrounding the home was very bad.

The party-goers had been allegedly defecating in the streets outside the home. Further, neighbors complained about people having sex in the cars, smoking marijuana in a fire risk area and blocking the street until dawn, Daily Mail reports. In fact, singer Mark Mothersbaugh who lives two doors down from the TikTok stars called the police on their flouting of Covid-19 rules.

The singer’s wife Anita, told Daily Mail that her 70-year-old husband caught the virus in June and came close to death in the ICU. She said she was enraged at Bryce Hall and his influencer crew for disturbing her husband's recovery from disease. “This virus is no joke, I've experienced it first-hand. There was a week where my daughters thought he would die. It makes me crazy, the sheer inconsideration. It goes on all day long. There are people in the pool screaming, they're blasting music and there are cars parked all down the street. They don't seem to care about public health,” she told Daily Mail.

Another neighbor who asked to be named as Catherine told that her street had become a 'party warzone' with at least three houses including the TikTok stars' pad hosting blowouts until dawn Daily Mail reports. “There have been parties here where a SWAT team has been brought out to shut them down, during the time I've lived here. There's screaming, drinking, bottles of Titos and solo cups everywhere,” she said.

This is not the first time that such reports are coming out. Earlier in August, Daily Mail reported that the distressed residents of the once-quiet street have seen the area become a 'party warzone', with the $8.2 million rented mansion hosting at least a dozen parties since lockdown began. Previously, the Los Angeles Police Department even received a complaint of a man with a gun near Beck and Gray's party pad in August as reported by Daily Mail. However, an LAPD spokesman told Daily Mail that the officers were unable to confirm the reports. Previously in August, the mayor of Los Angeles cut the power and water to the home of influencers Bryce Hall, Noah Beck, and Blake Gray after giving warnings to Hall about large gatherings, Blast reports. On August 8, police posted warnings at Hall's Hollywood Hills estate after he hosted a raucous party with dozens of guests failing to practice Covid-19 norms or even wear masks.

However, the final straw was his August 21 blowout with strippers and booze. It is clear from reports that the influencers have got repeated warnings and notices so after the news of the neighbors complaining about the recent party of August 24 dropped, Bryce Hall's fandom took to the Internet to criticize the influencer and his friends. An enraged user mentioned “so you wear a mask around the people you live with but you throw a party and don’t wear masks?”



 

Another wrote: “Nothing worse than Bryce Hall and Jaden Hossler from the Sway house being arrested for drug possession charges in TX, getting off scott-free, and then throwing huge parties during a pandemic while people are incarcerated for the rest of their lives bc they sold $20 worth of w**d.”



 

Some said that he is not a role model for fans and is the part of the pandemic problem. “Dear Bryce Hall, You’re not a role model, but u’re platform has sadly turned u into one. U don’t 'regret' throwing the party. You REGRET the consequences thrown at u now. Coming from a Nurse currently on the front lines. u’re part of the problem #COVID19 is no joke. #privilege.”



 

Others feel that having a party does not make sense at such times. “I didn't say drinking, I'm talking about having a party, make sense, and where I am it's legal to drink not by lmaoo, he didn't need to have a party make sense.”



 

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