The flash point came December 31 when the 22-year-old vlogger posted a video during his trip to Japan on December 31 that included footage of a person who had died from a suicide.
In the video - which has now been deleted - Paul said his dog brought the rats into his house, but his assistant claimed to have put them there.
More recently, Paul joked about taking the "Tide Pod challenge", which dares people to bite into the detergent capsules.
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Disgraced YouTuber Logan Paul has come under fire again, after posting a video which shows him tasing dead rats.
In the wake of the controversy, Paul also lost a series deal with French digital studio Blackpills and was cut from YouTube Red's original series "Foursome".
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YouTube had previously pulled Paul's channels from the Google Preferred premium-advertising program following the suicide video.
KitGuru Says: While I can applaud YouTube for finally stepping in to set an example so that its bigger YouTubers don't abuse their power and influence, I have to criticise that the platform is still playing favourites and showing a lot of leniency. Let us just remind you that this video was posted just weeks after he became the most hated person on the Internet for filming the dead body of a man who had committed suicide in a Japanese forest. A YouTube representative told Polygon it wasn't a decision the company made lightly, but YouTube believes his entire channel is unsuitable for advertisers.
PETA Senior Vice President, Lisa Lange, said: "How many chances does Logan Paul get?"
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