Starting late on Monday, videos began emerging online of the young influencers apparently posing with fans in the Bahamas and, specifically, at the Atlantis resort in Nassau.
Other photos tagged at the Atlantis on Instagram show Hudson and Beck posing with fans at a resort pool, and another shows Beck posing with a young fan on Twitter.
A TikTok shows a fan posing with Beck as well as video footage of the group with someone who appears to be a staff member in an Atlantis-branded shirt.
On another TikTok of a fan posing with Beck, posted on Tuesday, Beck commented "lovely meeting you."
Bryant, a friend and photographer of the influencers, also posted an Instagram story of himself, Beck, Hudson, and Anthony Reeves. The background of the image matches photos on Google of the Saint Laurent store located within Atlantis Bahamas' Crystal Court luxury shopping area.
Monroe also posted a TikTok on Tuesday showing her on Omegle. The background matches images of suites at the Atlantis on the resort's website.
People have also been leaving comments on the stars' TikTok videos.
It's especially jarring as Charli recently went on Instagram Live to remind people to stay safe.
"Please stop being so inconsiderate to others," she said during the broadcast. "You are putting other people at risk."
Representatives for the D'Amelios, Beck, and the Atlantis did not return requests for comments. The Atlantis requires travelers to show proof of a negative COVID-19 test before entering the resort.
Although Beck and Hudson have posed for photos, the influencers themselves have been shy about posting photos or TikToks specifying where they are. That's a big change from their last group trip to the Atlantis Bahamas in March, which included frequent social media posts.
Los Angeles, where the influencers live, is currently under a "safer at home" emergency public order.
"With this virus, we are safer at home," the order says. "Wherever feasible, City residents must isolate themselves in their residences," subject to certain exceptions.
According to LA County Public Health, the city had 13,661 new cases on Dec. 28 and 733,325 total cases reported, with a 16.8% seven-day average test positivity rate. ICU bed capacity at Southern California hospitals hit zero last week.