The home of TikTok star Bryce Hall may have gone dark on Wednesday.
The New York Times reports that the star recently hosted crowded house parties amid the coronavirus pandemic, which ordered Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti to shut off power and water at the home of the influencer.
TMZ reported that the water was also shut off at the property, although Times reporter Taylor Lorenz said the opposite on Twitter.
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On Wednesday afternoon, Garcetti took to Twitter to announce that he had called to do so, but did not specifically name Hall, 21, or give an address.
“Today, I authorized the city to disconnect the public services of a house in the Hollywood Hills to stop the big parties which take place there in blatant violation of our orders of public health,” he said. he writes. “Parties like these can quickly and easily spread the virus and put our communities at risk. ”
“With over 2,000 Angelenos – and over 170,000 Americans – lost to COVID-19, we need every resident to take critical protective measures to stop the spread of this virus,” Garcetti said in a statement. separate. “This includes not planning or attending parties that put themselves, their neighbors and many others at risk. ”
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He added: “Despite several warnings, this house has turned into a nightclub in the hills, hosting large gatherings in blatant violation of our public health orders. The City has now disconnected the public services of this house to stop these celebrations which put our community in danger.
The statement concluded with the mayor urging the citizens of Los Angeles to avoid such gatherings, as well as to wear masks and wash their hands frequently.
“All of these actions save lives,” he said.
Hall’s roommates Noah Beck and Blake Gray are also stars of TikTok and the trio are known to have hosted, as Garcetti put it, several “big gatherings”.
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Representatives for Hall did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.