TikTok star Bryce Hall threw a massive 21st birthday party on August 14 at the Los Angeles mansion that is home to the Sway House creator collective.
There appeared to be more than 100 maskless guests in attendance before authorities arrived and reportedly shut the party down.
Def Noodles, a YouTuber who has been sharing footage of influencers partying through the pandemic, shared a 25-tweet thread about the event.
Def Noodles told Insider that Sway House residents hosted at least three parties at the mansion within four days.
Around 4 a.m. on August 15, Instagram stories taken at Hall’s birthday party show LAPD cars parked outside the Sway House.
The social media posts, which were shared by Def Noodles, suggest that the party was shut down not long after that.
LA Mayor Eric Garcetti announced on August 5 that he would allow the city to shut off water and power to residents who hold large parties, which he called “nightclubs in the hills” that can “quickly and easily spread” the coronavirus.
It isn’t clear if the party attendees or Sway House residents faced repercussions for the gathering.
The Sway House collective recently moved away from a mansion in Bel Air. Former neighbors told The New York Times the house was “frat-like” and similar to a “nightclub,” according to a June 2020 report.
As the pandemic rages on, major influencers like Jake Paul, Tana Mongeau, Charli D’Amelio and James Charles have been spotted at huge parties.
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