TikTok users allegedly broke into the former Hype House to record videos

There appears to have been a break-in at the Los Angeles mansion that was once home to one of TikTok’s best-known creator collectives, the Hype House.

TikTok’s most popular user Charli D’Amelio used to be a member of the group, but many influential users still remain, including the group’s co-founder, Chase “Lil Huddy” Hudson.

A few weeks ago, the house members moved from their original abode into another mansion. According to a comment left by Hype House’s official TikTok account, many of the members still pay to rent that first space — the one that was apparently broken into.

Hudson gave an alarming update on the break-in situation on June 12.

“So today I woke up, checked TikTok, and saw that a few girls along with their MOTHER broke into our old house, and also took MY clothes,” Hudson wrote in a tweet. “This is beyond f****** weird, how do people think this s*** is okay?”

One of the girls Hudson mentioned was 13-year-old TikTokker Roselie Arritola, also known as Jenny Popach.

Her mother, Maria Ulacia, uploaded multiple TikToks (which have since been deleted) in which she, Arritola, and two of Arritola’s teenage friends can be seen dancing in various rooms of what appears to be the original Hype House.

The Instagram account TikTokRoom saved and shared the videos before they were deleted from the original accounts.

In one video, Ulacia can be seen wearing what appears to be Hudson’s signature skeleton jacket. In another, fans noticed what seems to be the Hype House’s distinct bathroom.

In another clip, Ulacia claimed to “presently” be at the “OG Hype House.”

“We are, in fact, making it the junior Hype House. So if you want, stay tuned. It’s gonna be amazing,” she said. “We’re gonna have amazing content in the house. And yes, we have all the great memories of the OG Hype House.”

After seeing the videos, Hype House member Kouvr Annon returned to the original mansion to check on its condition. She shared what she found in her own video.

“So, I just got back to our old house, which was deep-cleaned by our maids before we left. It’s so pretty, right,” she said while showing off a mess on the floor. “Also, someone took my tattoo gun. Thanks. And um I had fish here on an automatic feeder and the fish tank is now next to the toilet with no fish in it.”

The mother-daughter duo told Insider that a caretaker let them into the mansion and denied stealing anything or vandalizing the home.

A spokesperson for the Hype House, however, told Insider there is no “caretaker” for the house, and said they have turned the investigation over to law enforcement.

The situation has drawn comparisons to the “Bling Ring” — a group of seven California teenagers and young adults who were convicted of burglarizing celebrity houses between 2008 and 2009.

Hopefully this saga comes to an end before there’s enough drama to make a major motion picture about it like the original “Bling Ring.”

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