Nelk Arrested: Here Is What We Know – Teen Blurb

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Members of NELK Boys, a prominent YouTuber group, were arrested in Mississippi on May 14th of 2020 after filming another prank.

The famous group NELK Boys, known for their entertaining videos, has created a huge online tracking system with over 5 million subscribers on YouTube.

NELK is known to push the limit, but it seems as though they have gone a bit too far while shooting content for their new video in Mississippi. Many team members were later arrested on May 14th including Jason Erne, Steve Deleonardis, Kyle Forgeard, Aus God, Salim the Dream, Adrian Verdult and Cousin Jay.

On Instagram, Jesse Sebastiani announced that several of the NELK ‘s stars, including Kyle Forgeard, SteveWillDoIt, and Salim were all arrested with their crew of cameramen, as one of the group’s earliest members.

“Alright boys, I got some sh**ty news. We were on our way to Tampa, Florida and we were shooting a video on our way there, and the boys all ended up getting arrested,” Jesse explained.

He then began mentioned all the members arrested for pranks and added: “Actually, we are on our way to the police station. We called on the lawyer.

However, just a few hours later were the famous content designers released and on NELK’s Twitter a short video was posted.

Although it remains unclear what exactly the most recent snap entailed, obviously after the whole crew was brought to the station, the local police department was not impressed.

In one of their recent uploads, the famous YouTubers revealed that they were on a road trip around the USA, with pranks for a few unpredictable people.

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On TikTok stars Bryce Hall and Taylor Holder one of their first brands was on the path, where they fooled them ironically with a fake police capture on a festival.

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