Beverly Hills Obtains Default Judgment Against YouTube Creator, Promoter


The city of Beverly Hills has collectively obtained nearly $25,000 in a default judgment against a YouTube video creator, a promoter and a company to compensate the municipality for police and administrative costs associated with a spring 2021 parade that caused the temporary closing of Rodeo Drive.

Santa Monica Superior Court Judge H. Jay Ford III signed the default judgment order on Thursday in the city’s lawsuit alleging YouTube video creator Austin McBroom used the social media to lure his followers to Beverly Hills for a May 29, 2021, parade prior to his match the next month with fellow YouTuber and TikTok video creator Bryce Hall in Miami, an event billed as “The Battle of the Platforms — YouTubers vs. TikTokers.”

In addition to McBroom, the fight’s promoter, Sheeraz Hasan, and his company, Fame by Sheeraz, also were defendants and are jointly liable for the default judgment. They “guided McBroom’s strategy and execution of the unruly gathering,” the complaint alleged.



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