Skateboarding star Nyahah Huston is facing charges for allegedly causing a nuisance in Los Angeles amid the city’s investigation into the parties as possible coronavirus virus supersreader incidents.

Huston was one of four people employed in recent months to organize a house party amid the epidemic Los angeles times Reported on Saturday. Huston’s alleged party took place in the city’s Fairfax district, where police have closed several parties since the fall. The homeowner was also charged.

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LAPD Capt. Sharon Paulson said authorities fired about 40 people from the home after complaints about a party taking place at a “social media influencer residence”. According to the Los Angeles Times, the house previously had parties closed in September and October.

Huston is a world famous American skateboarder. He Has won four gold medals at the World Skateboarding Championships and 12 gold medals in the X-Games.

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The Los Angeles Times noted that Huston had law enforcement issues in the past of House parties.

In 2019, he did not contest an allegation of an abuse from the 2017 party in Los Angeles disturbing the peace. He In 2014 received noise violations for parties at his Orange County home.

Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer told the newspaper that he was charged with all those “connected to properties where we allege large indoor parties were held in violation of public health orders.”