Skateboarder Nyjah Huston hit with a misdemeanor in California for having a party

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Skateboarder Nyjah Huston is one of two men, who were charged in Southern California with organizing a party during the pandemic, according to KTLA. The news is calling this a ‘possible super spreader event.’

Huston – the four-time world skateboarding champion – along with Edward Essa, who owned the residence, where the party was held in January, were charged for the party that had 40 people in attendance. The police received a complaint about the party and shut it down.

Handcuffs (Photo by Unsplash/Bill Oxford)

The police said that there were two previous instances last fall at the house.

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Huston and Essa have been charged by the authorities with creating a nuisance. This is a misdemeanor charge.

The authorities charged Huston and Essa because they claim that the coronavirus cases are ‘surging at an unprecedented rate.’ Mayor Eric Garcetti shut off the electric for the home after the January 9th incident.

The other incidents happened on Sept. 12th and 13th. The other incident happened on October 17th.

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“During this crisis, my office has held those individuals and businesses who have had large indoor gatherings, violating important public health and safety orders, accountable.” Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer said.

The 26-year-old Huston – who was born in Davis, California – also has 12 X Games Gold Medals. His last gold medal came in 2019 in Street Best Trick in Minneapolis.

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