Utah was among the 31 people arrested Saturday over a plot to disrupt a Pride celebration in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. Boyce, along with 30 other members of the white nationalist group Patriot Front was found, thanks to a tipster who called in suspicious activity, in the back of a U-Haul truck dressed in riot gear complete with shields, masks, and smoke grenades.

They also had “operations plan” documents.Now Boyce is looking for a new place to stay, because as his mother, Karen Amsden, told The Daily Beast, he’s been kicked out of the house.Amsden, a licensed clinical social worker, says Boyce has been looking to fill “a void” ever since his father came out as gay and left the family years ago.

She hopes that in coming forward and telling his story, she can get him out of the group that she feels radicalized him — if not by his own choice, but by sabotaging his relationship with them.“I would love to do whatever I can to out him [as a Patriot Front member] so that he can’t be a part of it,” she explained to The Daily Beast. “And that they don’t want him to be a part of their group because his mom has loose lips and a big mouth and he’s never going to get away with anything.”Amsden recalled the moment she realized her son had taken part in the attempted riot.