We’ve seen the headlines before, especially when it comes to celebrities partying it up in Las Vegas. Recently, TikTok celebrity Bryce Hall made news after a kerfuffle happened between him and an XS nightclub security guard that was recorded by bystanders and ultimately uploaded online.

According to TMZ, Las Vegas Metro Police Department responded to a call from XS, which is located in The Wynn. Police ended up citing Hall with two counts of battery and one count of trespassing — all misdemeanors by the way. Video captured from the “fight” shows Hall and a few security guards getting into an altercation. A few punches were thrown and grunts were heard, but this fight may seem pretty tamed compared to other “celebrity altercations” that have taken place between LVMPD and Hollywood’s finest.

The recent news and footage that came out of Vegas illuminates a trend that happens in many fast-life cities: Temptation, partying and substances can make celebrities do some pretty peculiar things.

  • Christopher Massey

    Christopher Massey Arrested On Misdemeanor Charge Of Domestic Battery

    Christopher Massey is an actor who is best known for playing Michael Barret on the Nickelodeon television series “Zoey 101.” Along with his brother, Kyle Massey, who also had a few issues with the law, Christopher ran into some trouble during a night out in Vegas. Police arrested Christopher Massey on a misdemeanor charge of domestic battery. He was arrested after having an altercation with his then girlfriend Cassalei Jackson at Marquee Club at The Cosmopolitan on April 10, 2016, according to Las Vegas Metro Police Department.

  • Jarret Stoll

     Jarret Stoll

    It was April 17, 2015 when security guards conducted a routine search to enter the MGM Grand’s Wet Republic pool complex, according to a report from USA Today. This is when officials allegedly found 3.3 grams of cocaine and several capsules in the back pocket of Stoll’s shorts, USA Today states. He pleaded guilty to two of the cases misdemeanors in June 2015. It definitely seems like he’s doing better now! 

  • Bruno Mars

    Bruno Mars

    This was one of the most “memorable” celebrity arrests. Bruno Mars, whose real name is Peter Hernandez, had a fun night turn pretty unpleasant. According to an article by CBS News, security at the former Hard Rock Hotel and Casino (RIP) detained Mars. According to reports,  the singer was carrying 2.6 grams of cocaine. Considering this happened more than a decade ago and Bruno was 24 at the time, we can agree that this was a pretty common “mistake” that many young people partake in when they visit Sin City

  • Chris Lammons

    Chris Lammons

    This sounds like an interesting night at Drai’s Nightclub. Chris Lammons, cornerback for the Kansas City Chiefs, “allegedly sucker punched a man, touching off an attack that left a man hospitalized,” KSHB- Kansas City reported. This all happened Feb. 5, 2022 at The Cromwell’s Drai’s Nightclub. Lammons surrendered to police and was charged with a felony count of battery resulting in substantial bodily harm, and a gross misdemeanor count of conspiracy to commit battery, according to reports. 

  • Blueface


    This story is still ongoing. 25-year-old Blueface, whose real name is Johnathan Porter, is a rapper that gained virality from his catchy and snappy rap songs and his over-the-top demeanor. His relationship with reality star Chrisean Rock has been a social media spectacle that leaves many people unable to look away from their tumultuous story line. 

    But, recent news about Blueface’s time in Las Vegas came when police arrested the rapper on the following charges: attempted murder with a deadly weapon, discharge a firearm into an occupied vehicle (two counts), and possession of a gun by a prohibited person (due to an “active protection order” Porter was served in January). According to a report from ABC 13, a man claimed to police that he was allegedly shot at. This incident occurred at Euphoric Gentlemen’s Club with the victim allegedly claiming that he was attacked and shot at by what he believes was “Blueface’s entourage.” 

  • Ash Armand

    Ash Armand

    This story is gut-wrenching. Ash Armand, whose real name is  Akshaya Kubiak, was best known for his small roll on the trash reality show, “Gigolos.” In 2020, police responded to a call at Armand’s home.

    Upon arrival, police found the victim, 29-year old Herleen Dulai, dead with intense signs of trauma. According to the press release from Las Vegas Metro Police Department, detectives believe that Armand (Kubiak) was under the influence of narcotics and beat the victim to death. Police arrested him for one count of open murder. Rest in peace, Herleen. 

  • Paris Hilton

    Paris Hilton

    In 2012, police arrested Hilton at the Wynn resort. According to CBS News, police said a small plastic bag containing .8 of a gram of cocaine spilled from her purse. She plead guilty to two misdemeanor charges, according to the report. 

  • Flavor Flav

    Flava Flav

    According to the Las Vegas Sun, Flavor Fav, whose real name is William Jonathan Drayton Jr. was accused of chasing his then girlfriend’s 17-year-old son with a knife and then stabbing a door with it.

  • Vince Neil

    Vince Neil

    In November 2011, the Mötley Crüe rock star Vince Neil plead guilty to a misdemeanor disorderly conduct. This incident happened after Neil was accused of allegedly harassing his ex-girlfriend during a show at the Las Vegas Hilton. According to the Las Vegas Sun, Neil’s plea agreement had him pay a $1,000 fine, and prosecutors dropped a charge of battery constituting domestic violence.

  • Jon "War Machine" Koppenhaver

    MMA Fighter Jonathan Koppenhaver aka War Machine Extradited to Las Vegas

    Warning: This case may contain details that some readers find disturbing.

    Jon “War Machine” Koppenhaver was a mixed martial arts fighter, who had a streak of fame after a stint on reality fighting TV. He dated adult actress Christy Mack, which elevated his press and media presence in a way. However in 2017, Nevada jurors and the court convicted him of 29 felonies stemming from his attack on his ex-girlfriend, Mack, and her boyfriend — who she was already dating for two months — Corey Thomas, according to ABC news

    In 2014, Koppenhaver brutally attacked the two after Koppenhaver arrived at Mack’s home unexpectedly. He started with beating Thomas first then brutally assaulted and beat Mack. According to reports from the time, Mack had a broken nose, broken facial bones, missing teeth, a fractured eye socket and leg injuries and a ruptured liver. He was sentenced to life in prison with a possibility of parole after 36 years, according to KTNV

    Despite his gruesome crime and his life sentence, Koppenhaver actually got married in 2018 to his former penpal.

    Domestic violence comes in many forms and does not discriminate among victims or offenders. If you are a victim, remember this is not your fault.

    If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, call Nevada’s domestic violence hotline at 775-221-7600 or text SASS to 839863 for free, confidential support.

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