YouTube Just Suspended Advertising On Logan Paul's Channel

9 February 2018, 10:19 | Updated: 9 February 2018, 15:22

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By Josh Lee

YouTube have suspended all advertising on Logan Paul's channel, the platform confirmed today.

According to YouTube's community guidelines, advertising won't appear on YouTube channels that have had monetisation disabled - a consequence of violating YouTube's terms of service. YouTube have not confirmed whether or not their action was the result of a terms of service violation; however this punishment comes just one day after Logan was condemned by animal rights charity PETA for tasering a dead rat in a recent vlog, and just a few weeks after he was given a strike on his account for sharing footage of a suicide victim's body to his channel.

Seemingly referencing these controversies, YouTube said they had "temporarily suspended ads" on Logan channels in response to his "recent pattern of behaviour."

It's currently unclear how long YouTube will suspend advertising on Logan's channels.

How much money does Logan Paul make from YouTube advertising?

According to YouTube analytivcs website Social blade, Logan makes anywhere between £28.4K - £454.8K per month from Adsense revenue alone. While losing this will likely cause a noticeable dent in Logan's income, it's likely that his most profitable source of income comes from merch sales - which YouTube have no power over.