Logan Paul experienced the most significant scare of his life when he found someone charging a phone in his massive mansion.
Making A Citizen's Arrest
TMZ reported that the YouTube personality caught a home invader on his couch waiting to meet him at his home in the San Fernando Valley area of Encino, California. That is when Paul promptly made the citizen's arrest. When the authorities arrived, the man confessed that he hoped to meet the social media influencer.
Paul's Clueless Housemates
The invader reportedly entered Paul's mansion through an unlocked front door. Paul's housemates did not check for the intruder as they thought that the person of interest was the YouTube content creator.
The Good Morning America Interview
The citizen's arrest comes six days after Paul talked to Good Morning America's Michael Strahan for the first time since his controversial video involving a grisly encounter with an alleged suicide victim in Japan's Aokigahara forest. Millions of people around the world saw the controversial upload. Celebrities and vloggers criticized Paul for the egregious video upload.
"It's been tough because ironically, I am being told to commit suicide myself. Millions of people hate me and go tell me to go die in a fire," said Paul to Strahan.
Paul also told the former Live with Kelly and Michael co-host that he is not making content for children and added that most of his videos include mature elements.
"I am much more aware of the impact that my actions have on myself and others," said Paul.
Paul also advised the Good Morning America viewing audience that they should keep a better eye on what their children watch on YouTube.
Spreading Suicide Awareness
Before Paul sat down with the ABC morning news show, the YouTube content creator uploaded his first video since his apology.
Instead of the standard Paul actions such as dabbing and breaking plates, Paul surprised his viewers with a haunting conversation with suicide survivor Kevin Hines and how he planned to partner with organizations such as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline and the Alo House Recovery Centers.
Paul also made a solemn pledge to donate $1 million to various suicide organizations.
No YouTube Premium
While Paul's intruder faces criminal trespassing charges, Paul is still persona non-grata among the YouTube community.
The video-sharing company revoked Paul's privileges when it came to dispensing content on their YouTube premium pages. The company also put the sequel to his original film, The Thinning, on hold.