TikTok stars Bryce Hall and Jaden Hossler were arrested earlier this week for drug-related charges, but have since been released from custody.
Hossler, 20, and Hall, 19, were both arrested in Texas on Monday and booked at the Lee County Sheriff's Office, PEOPLE reports. Hall was hit with a misdemeanor charge of possession of marijuana, less than two ounces; Hossler was charged with the same offense, in addition to a felony charge of possession of a controlled substance, less than 400 grams, according to the outlet.
Both men were released from custody the following day, with Hossler posting $6,500 bail and Hall posting $5,000.
The Lee County Sheriff’s Office did not immediately return a request for comment from Oxygen.com, but online records show that both men have indeed been released from jail.
Hossler and Hall are among several social media stars who make up the Los Angeles-based group Sway House. The group lives together in a mansion in Bel Air and creates videos that regularly net millions of views, Forbes reported earlier this year.
Their arrests came in the midst of a cross-country trip, according to social media. On Monday, Hall suggested on Twitter that the group was going on a road trip, after writing, “Howdy Texas,” in a previous tweet. Days before, he tweeted, “The sway boyz might do a whole road trip all the way across country in the next few days ... where should we stop?”
Footage of Hall and Hossler’s arrest, as well as their release, has been shared on social media. One YouTube video appears to show their car getting pulled over by police, while another video posted on Twitter claims to show one of the pair following their release from custody.
Representatives for Hall and Hossler did not respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment, but the outlet reports that, following their release, Hall wrote, “I'm back,” on Twitter, while Hossler posted a simple, “Hi.”
After announcing their plans to take a road trip on social media, some criticized the decision to travel amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. In response to one such tweet, Hall wrote last week, “Most states lifted quarantine, the boys are driving across country staying out of contact from everyone... it’s not that deep.”
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