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TIkTok star Bryce Hall

TikTok star Bryce Hall punches Las Vegas security guard

Posted: January 9, 2023, 7:50 a.m.

Last update: January 9, 2023, 8:10 a.m.

Bryce Hall punched a Wynn Las Vegas security guard in the head over the weekend, and the incident could spell trouble for the social media influencer. Hall, 24, has 23.7 million TikTok and 3 million YouTube subscribers.

TMZ released video of the scrum, shot outside XS nightclub on Friday night. In the footage, four guards are needed to ground an out-of-control room.

TikTok star Bryce Hall, left, punches a security guard who tries to subdue him outside XS nightclub at Wynn Las Vegas on Friday, January 6. (Picture: TMZ)

According to TMZ, Las Vegas police were called to the scene and cited Hall with two counts of assault and one count of trespassing, all misdemeanors. The case will go to the district attorney’s office, according to TMZ, who will decide whether to proceed.

The fight allegedly started because Hall and a friend were kicked out of the club during a Calvin Harris performance, after being invited to the DJ’s booth.

This isn’t Hall’s first heated confrontation involving the police. In fact, it’s his third. On October 9, 2022, he was jailed in Los Angeles following an argument with a Hyde Lounge bartender over an accusation that turned violent after a member of Hall’s entourage was punched in the face.

Los Angeles Police Department records obtained by AND! News show that Hall was detained for a misdemeanor and released on his own.

In October 2020, images obtained by TMZ showed Hall and a few friends in an altercation with an employee at the Cinco restaurant in Los Angeles. In April 2021, according to People magazine, restaurant co-owner Hernan Fernando sued Hall for assault, battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress and engaging in acts of violence motivated by race, national origin, citizenship, status immigration or primary language.

Bryce Hall, TIkTok star
Social influencer Bryce Hall is shown in footage from one of his YouTube videos. (Picture: YouTube)

“I feel like as more and more people look at me on all of my platforms – not just to point out the bad things I’ve done in the past or in the present – I feel that they would understand that deep down I’m a pretty nice guy,” Hall said. entertainment tonight in 2020.

Hall started his social media career when he was 15, allegedly to make friends after being bullied. He moved from his home in Maryland to Los Angeles in 2018 to pursue live streaming full-time and became one of the social media personalities featured in a Hulu documentary titled “Jawline.”

Hall tried boxing in June 2021, when he faced another social media star, former college basketball player Austin McBroom. Hall was dropped multiple times en route to a third-round stoppage.

At the time, Hall claimed he “wasn’t a fighter” and had “never claimed to be a fighter.”

Bryce recently moved from LA to Las Vegas, where he bought a house, according to TMZ. He also attended and posted AVN awards over the weekend.