TikTok star Bryce Hall was caught on video fighting with restaurant staff at a restaurant in Los Angeles. This isn’t the first time the influencer has been seen in a fight. Just last month, he was involved in a fight outside of Mel’s Diner.
Fight Caught On Video
The fight went down on Monday at a restaurant called Cinco Mexican near LAX. In the video of the fight, Bryce Hall and his friends were fighting on the outdoor patio area.
Apparently, the problem started because a server told Bryce Hall and his friends that they couldn’t vape. In Los Angeles, it is actually illegal to vape at restaurants but Bryce did not want to stop vaping.When the waiter asked him to stop vaping Bryce supposedly blew smoke in his face. The server gave them the check and they were asked to leave the restaurant.According to a TMZ report, Bryce and his friends jumped the employee. Bryce was reported to be the first one to throw a punch and other employees had to break up the fight.Bryce Hall told TMZ that he was vaping and recalled himself as being polite when the manager asked him to leave. He claimed that the manager wasn’t nice and refused to give him back his credit card.He alleged that the manager tried to drag him out of the restaurant which is what he said started the fight in the first place. In the video, you can see Bryce put the manager in a headlock but he said he was only defending one of his friends. He also claimed the manager kick him in the groin.During the fight, one employee said that the fight caused him to possibly break his hand and has bruising on his face. He claimed that Bryce is to blame and intends to press charges. The employee named Bryce Hall on the police report but Bryce and his friends has already left before the cops arrived.
Bryce Hall’s Response
Bryce Hall told TMZ that he has many witnesses and other videos that show proof of his side of the story. He has not commented on the fight on any of his social media accounts.
Rory Fitzpatrick, a friend of Hall’s, commented on Instagram about the situation saying, “Restaurant won’t pull the security footage because they know it will show their employee assaulting Bryce first. Bryce was physically assaulted twice by an employee before anything started.”
Although Bryce hasn’t commented on this situation, he has addressed his previous fight on his YouTube channel. But people want to know his side of the story so maybe he’ll make another video telling his side like last time.
After TMZ posted the video, Bryce got a lot of backlash from people. Many wanted to know why an innocent server had to be attacked over a vape pen. Others questioned him because of his history of fights.
Elijah Daniel called Bryce the ‘TikTok version of a Karen’ in response to the video.
is bryce hall beating and putting a waiter in a chokehold because he can’t vape the tiktok version of a Karen ? https://t.co/qjrtHBxPs3
Bryce Hall and some members of The Sway Boys were caught on video in late September ganging up on a man. The fight was so bad the cops were called.The fight happened outside of Mel’s Diner in Los Angeles that included Bryce Hall, Jordan Rodriguez, Jaden Hossler, and a couple of other Sway members.Two of the boys claimed it was self-defense after one of the members got punched in the face. It was the punch in the face that apparently started the whole fight.Allegedly one of the boys put a cone under the man’s car who then confronted them for it. Bryce commented on the situation saying, “We don’t condone violence, but if you punch someone in front of us, we’ll have no choice but to defend ourselves.”Witnesses stated that the one who supposedly put the cone under the man’s car seemed drunk. The police came to the scene but no one pressed charges.
Bryce Hall is now being investigated by the Los Angeles Police Department because of the incident. The employee filed a felony battery report and named Bryce as the attacker according to an Insider report.
An LAPD representative told Insider, “Hall was asked to leave the restaurant, after which Hall “struck” the victim and pushed him to the ground. Hall is “Suspect 1” in the ongoing investigation, and another unnamed “Suspect 2″ in his party was also placed the victim in a chokehold.”
Another employee at the restaurant stated they saw the fight and claimed that Bryce was the one that started the fight. The employee said he saw Bryce hit both the manager and restaurant owner after being asked to leave. The employee also stated that it was the owner who’s hand is broken because of the fight.
Do you think the staff started the fight? Does Bryce Hall’s previous record of violence make him look guilty?