YouTube cuts off Logan Paul’s advertising revenue over ‘pattern of behaviour’

YouTube star Logan Paul resurfaces with anti-suicide video

YouTube pares back Logan Paul partnership after suicide video post

YouTube said in January the video violated its community guidelines. That video is still up, with an age restriction. An email sent to Paul’s merchandise company for comment was not immediately answered Friday. YouTube is owned by Google parent company Alphabet. It removed the vlogger’s channel from its premium advertising program and put at least two acting projects with him on hold. In response to Logan Paul’s recent pattern of behavior, we’ve temporarily suspended ads on his channels.—
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With files from The Associated Press YouTube has temporarily suspended advertisements on controversial American video blogger Logan Paul’s popular channel due to his “recent pattern of behaviour,” the website said Friday. Tasers a dead rat
Since then, he’s posted a video where he bragged about earning a million subscribers during his break, and another where he Tasers a dead rat and pulls a live fish from the water to “do CPR”. The 22-year-old drew intense criticism after posting a video Dec. Paul briefly stepped away from making daily posts and returned Jan. 31 of what appeared to be a body hanging from a tree in a known suicide spot near Japan’s Mount Fuji. 24 with an anti-suicide video in which he said he was humbled by the criticism and promised to be more compassionate and to “start a new chapter” in his life. He also posted on Twitter that he would swallow one Tide pod for every retweet. 
In an emailed statement, YouTube said that the videos on Paul’s channels are also “broadly damaging to the broader creator community.”
Paul’s channel, Logan Paul Vlogs, has more than 16 million subscribers.