Jaydn McCarthy is second model, influencer to be axed by agency over infamous North Shore lockdown party

Another model who attended the now-infamous Auckland party over the weekend in breach of COVID-19 rules has been dumped from their respective agency. 

Footage from a North Shore party of a large group of young people went viral on social media over the weekend, outraging other Aucklanders still locked down under alert level 3. 

As per the Government's roadmap rule system, only outdoor gatherings between two households are allowed. 

However now-deleted videos shared by attendees on Instagram show over 50 young people drinking, dancing on tables and kissing at an apartment believed to be in the North Shore suburb of Redvale. 

Talent agency Verano Management revealed in a statement on Monday that attendee and model Charlie Wilson had been dropped from their books since it became evident she attended the party. 

Now another model has been similarly cut from their agency. 

Jaydn McCarthy, who describes himself as an 'entrepreneur' in his Instagram bio, was formerly with modelling agency KAM Talent but has now been axed, according to owner Kim Tiam. 

Tiam told Newshub the agency was "shocked to hear what had happened over the weekend". 

"This irresponsible and reckless act has consequences," she said. 

"We do not condone his behaviour at all and have removed him from our agency as of today."

Tiam added the party was "the last thing Auckland needs right now".

"At KAM Talent, we take COVID restrictions very seriously, the priority of our talent's health and safety, as well as the public's safety, is at the forefront of our values."

While most party attendees have since deleted their social media accounts, McCarthy's remains active. Comments about the party have been left by upset social media users, condemning him for his actions. 

"You sure loved all the attention last night during your super spreader event," one person commented. 

"I see you intend to spread Covid throughout all your mates and keep us in level 4 over summer." 

Police confirmed to Newshub on Sunday they received "multiple reports" via the 105 COVID-breach reporting system in relation to the party. 

They said there may be an update in the coming days if more information becomes available.