“Despite several warnings, this house has turned into a nightclub in the hills, hosting large gatherings in flagrant violation of our public health orders," Garcetti said.By CBSLA Staff

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — Power was authorized to be shut off Wednesday at a Hollywood Hills home, reportedly belonging to TikTok personality Bryce Hall, after multiple large gatherings were held at the property.

A home in Hollywood Hills, reported to be that of TikTok personality Bryce Hall.

Mayor Eric Garcetti released a statement Wednesday after authorizing the city to disconnect utility service at the house following multiple warnings after several large parties were thrown, violating public health orders.

“With more than 2,000 Angelenos — and over 170,000 Americans — lost to COVID-19, we need every resident to undertake critical safeguards to stop the spread of this virus. That includes not hosting or attending parties that put themselves, their neighbors, and many others at risk,” Garcetti said.

“Despite several warnings, this house has turned into a nightclub in the hills, hosting large gatherings in flagrant violation of our public health orders. The City has now disconnected utilities at this home to stop these parties that endanger our community.”

“If we wish to reopen more businesses, return our kids to school, or get back to our normal lives, we must continue to wear masks, wash our hands frequently, and as we’re emphasizing today, avoid gathering with others. All of these actions save lives.”

According to social media reports, the home belongs to TikTok personality Bryce Hall. TikTok stars Noah Beck and Blake Gray also reportedly live at the home.

Hall posted a TikTok video Wednesday afternoon to the song “Electric Love.”


mornin @blakegray

♬ electric love – okhun

On August 4, 2020, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health issued a public statement in regard to large house parties, declaring that “the highest-risk settings are large in-person gatherings where it is difficult for individuals to remain spaced at least 6 feet apart and where face coverings are not worn. The consequences of these large parties ripple throughout our entire community because the virus can quickly and easily spread.”

The following day, Mayor Garcetti announced that his public order would be amended to allow utility shutoffs at properties hosting large gatherings, parties, and events.

According to Garcetti, a large gathering was hosted at the home on August 8 in which the Los Angeles Police Department visited the property and posted warnings stating future violations may result in a referral to the Mayor’s Office for review and issuance of a directive to disconnect utility service.

Over the weekend, another gathering was held at the residence and the LAPD again visited the property and posted a final notice that the matter may be referred to the Mayor’s Office.

On Wednesday, Garcetti authorized the city to disconnect utility service.

Comments (37)
  1. raymond59 says:

    But Los Angeles will allow rioting in the streets.

    1. Glenn Festog says:

      Huge gathering at Sturgis, 25 covid cases reported thereafter. Calling California politicians @$$hole$ is an insult; an @$$hole has a necessary purpose, unlike California Democrats.

  2. Joe says:

    I guess he’ll have to buy a generator, then, good to go!

    1. M Cros says:

      Brilliant. Try flushing your toilet with a generator.

      1. Arlyn Smith says:

        If Rod Serling were here he may well say something like “Imagine, if you will, a vius so dangerous you have to be tested to even know that you had it.” What a crock this all is!

  3. Paully says:

    This kid should be arrested..
    He still might be .l

    1. Jim says:

      arrested for what, enjoying what used to be a free country. why people continue to live in that state is beyond me

  4. HSK Kelley says:

    Meanwhile 25,000 homeless continue to defecate on the streets of LA. However this is both legal and supported by the Mayor.

  5. Robert Brost says:

    He forgot, ” if we want to vote in person!”

  6. Joseph says:

    Easy Peasy. A generator. Seriously , who cares if the power is off

  7. Tjc says:

    Let the Law suits begin…

  8. Come here from Drudge? Here’s a place to get real conservative California news.


    1. David Coker says:

      Drudge is controlled opposition. I have watched Drudge morph. I think Matt may have a crush on A.O.C. Either that or his rabbi is taking him in another direction. I wonder if Matt Drudge is a Kabbalist Freemason. Surprising how many powerful people are.

  9. Johnny Blade Clark says:

    Why would anyone live in that state? My God, what a mess. But raise taxes again, that will fix it.

  10. Frank Davis says:

    Mayor has no authority to shut off power to anybody. Those powerlines do not belong to the city, they belong to the power company. He’ll allow thousands to riot (because it’s their right) but won’t allow a couple of hundred people to party. Hope this ruins Garcetti’s career.

    1. Clue: LA Water and Power. Yes, he can shut it off. I would too. And yes, loud parties in residential neighborhoods can be ‘shut off’ also.

  11. David Coker says:

    Communist and fascists of the left are showing their true colors. They are ravenous wolves in sheep’s clothing looking for their next meal. They are wicked reprobates and everyone should run from them and their policies.

  12. Steven Moshlak says:

    Just get a DWP water key (available on eBay) and get a GENERAC generator and run it off natural gas. Garcetti has zero control, over SoCal Gas. Party on, dudes!

  13. agsb002 says:

    It may make a little more expensive but not stop it. He can rent porta potties, have food catered.

  14. Monica says:

    I would like to know on what legal grounds a mayor can target individuals for throwing a party on their PRIVATE property. An executive order? Give me a break. The founding fathers would be rolling in their graves. An abuse of power, but not surprising coming from Commiefornia.

    By the way, today it’s rich influencers who get their power shut off, tomorrow it’s enemies of the state. Keep that in mind when you say things like “they deserve to be arrested.”

  15. EnEm says:

    These snot-nosed, TikTok “stars” Bryce Hall, Noah Beck and Blake Gray, should be flogged. They were warned, but they paid no heed. The reason could be that they can’t read, write nor comprehend the seriousness of the virus.

    1. Tony says:

      EnEm You realize the likelihood of COVID ever proliferating from these parties??? Perhaps we’re unaware at just how slippery this slope is for more draconian measures forthcoming. And a flogging is INSANE punishment for these kids! America’s freedom is at risk of being taken from us if we’re not careful and comments like yours are DANGEROUS!!

  16. Wayne says:

    yah sure! get pizzas delivered in boxes which have GREASY HAIR STAINS on the insides because of shop workers SLEEPING on them and then using them to ship pizzas. I saw this with my own eyes at a Pizza73 in Bonnie Doon!

  17. The little prick may have his rights, but every one of his neighbors within shouting distance have theirs also. A right to peace and quiet.
    Shut it Off, I’m all for it.

  18. generatwainton kwan says:

    Get some generators and let the good times roll.

  19. daas says:

    Proving our government in Sacramento and Los Angeles are Marxist. Looks like McCarthy’s predictions have come true.

  20. free says:

    Had ENOUGH of the commie BS Yet?

  21. Oliver W Homey says:

    He has a problem with a group at their house with guests, but was OK with massive mobs, rioting and burning the city down, and in fact went out there with them. This guy is a joke. There are streets you cannot even walk down, the cops are shutting down, and his solution is to turn off somebody’s power. Please show me the science that backs this one up.

  22. LA NUKKA says:

    BLM Looters + Rioters can burn down LA + Newsome/Garcetti close down the local economy but the priority is turning off someones power cause you closed the economy for ur benefit. Commie Clowns.

  23. clarkygriswaldjr says:

    I cam here for the comments and they have not disappointed. Here are my favorites:

    1. “Rod Serling be like, ‘Imagine if you will, a virus so bad that you had to be tested for you to even know that you had it.'”

    2. “He should be arrested.”
    “For what? Enjoying what used to be a free country?”

    3. “25,000 homeless people still defecating in the streets, but this is both legal and supported by the Mayor.”

    4. “…what a mess. But I know what will fix it – raise taxes.”

  24. Scott says:

    Good thing that pesky constitutional clause about “due process” is optional.

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