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TikTok stars Bryce Hall and Blake Gray both face criminal charges for throwing big parties amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Hall and Gray, who share a home in the Hollywood Hills

The Los Angeles city attorney announced the charges at a press conference Friday. Hall and Gray, who share a home in the Hollywood Hills, have each been charged with an offense which constitutes a public nuisance by organizing a noisy and recalcitrant rally that also threatens and harms health, safety and the good -be public. violate a legal policy for a violation during a local emergency.

The penalties include up to one year in prison and a fine of up to $ 2,000 if convicted. The cases are being followed by Assistant Counsel Ethan Weaver.

Representatives for Hall and Gray did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

Hall and Gray Ages

Hall, 21, and Gray, 19, have been charged with violating the Los Angeles Health Order and the Party House Order by hosting house parties on August 8 and 14. On August 19, the city cut off the power to Hall and Gray is home.

“We claim these hosts were incredibly irresponsible with a highly infectious disease that has spread to parties that have been banned as a result and we claim they broke the law,” Prosecutor Mike Feuer said Friday. “When you have 19 million total subscribers on TikTok in the midst of a public health crisis, instead of brazenly breaking the law and posting videos of what we say happened here, you should be a role model. behavior and good practice for all of us. ”

Hall celebrated his 21st birthday earlier this month with a large rally that violated guidelines to prevent the spread of the contagious respiratory virus. This prompted Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti to keep his promise to cut off supplies to all hosts of large gatherings.

“With more than 2,000 Angelenos – and more than 170,000 Americans – losing to COVID-19, every resident must take critical safety measures to stop the spread of this virus. This includes not having parties where he, his neighbors and many participate. “others in danger,” Garcetti said in a statement.

Without mentioning Hall by name, Garcetti said that “despite several warnings, ‘the house in question’ had been turned into a hilltop nightclub hosting large gatherings which were clearly against our public health rules.”

“The city has now split the public services in this house to stop these parties which endanger our community,” he said, adding that the Los Angeles Police Department had issued several warnings before the split.

Taylor Lorenz, a reporter

Taylor Lorenz, a reporter for the New York Times, first reported that Hall’s electricity at his Hollywood Hills home was cut off, but his water was still on.

A representative from Hall and the Mayor’s Office did not respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment at this point.

Video footage and photos of the party that was shown online showed people attending the rally without masks.

Hall, Gray and her roommate Noah Beck hosted several parties during the COVID-19 outbreak and recently hosted one at a rental property in Encino. Lorenz reported that the Encino house still had electricity.

The Los Angeles County Department of Health said in a statement earlier this month that large face-to-face gatherings like house parties are the “riskiest attitudes” for the virus to spread.

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