American media personality Logan Alexander Paul better known by his stage name Logan Paul. He is also a well-known podcaster, actor and professional wrestler. Logan Alexander Paul, the son of Pamela Stepnick and Gregory Paul was born on April 1, 1995, in Westlake, Ohio.
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Has Logan Paul Ever Been Arrested in His Life?
Logan has never before been detained for a crime. However, troubled YouTube sensation Logan Paul made a citizen’s arrest on Tuesday, February 6, 2018 night after a fan broke into his Los Angeles home.
Paul paid nearly $7 million for his seven-bedroom, nine-bathroom home and the estate frequently serves as the setting for his daily vlogs. The 20-year-old Tahj Deondre Speight who had reportedly entered the home through the unlocked front door was neither Paul’s friend nor any of the other vloggers who lived there.
Paul phoned the police after identifying the invader and placing him under citizen’s arrest. Speight was accused of illegal trespassing because he allegedly merely wanted to meet Paul, who he is a fan of. His $4,000 bail was imposed.
Paul hasn’t yet uploaded a video of the incident on his blog, but he’s renowned for sharing crazy videos on his channel to increase views. He did not upload that video because he promised to produce more cerebral content. He first posted a promotional video on suicide prevention in late January 2018.
Then he stopped uploading video. Paul returned to regular vlogging on YouTube after taking a nearly three-week hiatus due to criticism of his contentious “suicide forest video“.
He urged his followers to buy as much of his merchandise as they could so that he could pay off his mortgage because YouTube had reduced his ad revenue in half as retaliation for the viral suicide video prank.
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