Skateboarding champion charged over possible Covid super-spreader parties

Skateboarding champion charged over possible Covid super-spreader parties

The Guardian

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Nyjah Huston and four others charged with creating a nuisance following party shut down by California police last month

A skateboarding world champion is among five people in southern California charged with organizing parties that were possible super-spreader events amid the pandemic.

Nyjah Huston, a four-time world skateboarding champion, and Edward Essa, the owner of a home in the Fairfax District in Los Angeles, held a party last month with at least 40 people that was shut down by police after a complaint. At least two other parties were held at the home last fall, authorities said.

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