Bryce Hall allegedly spotted at a pandemic party days after expressing his ‘regret’

TikTok star Bryce Hall, who has repeatedly come under fire for partying amid the pandemic, was allegedly spotted at yet another party on Oct. 2— just one day after he said that he planned to slow down.

YouTuber Def Noodles shared footage of Hall apparently attending a maskless gathering with other influencers such as Patrick Starrr and Tessa Brooks.

Hall told Entertainment Tonight during an October 1 interview that he “fully regrets” the massive 21st birthday party he threw at the Sway House, which was attended by over 100 maskless guests.

“Yeah, that was a huge f*** up for my career,” he admitted. “The party animal is tamed for a little bit.”

He and fellow TikTok star Blake Gray had their power shut off by the Los Angeles mayor after the party, and are now facing misdemeanor charges. Parties in California are still currently prohibited.

Twitter users expressed their disappointment over seeing influencers violate social distancing guidelines during the pandemic.

“It’s clearer than a crystal how these kids glorify and prioritize nothing else but their disgusting, sheer vanity and clout despite of a huge pandemic,” one said. “They know exactly what they’re doing and it is so disappointing.”

“I haven’t been able to travel to see my family in months due to covid precautions, and these LA influencers continue to party and gather as if COVID never existed,” another wrote. “Sad.”

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