Early last week, Paul uploaded a video showing the body of a man hanging from a tree in Japan's Aokigahara forest, often called the "Suicide Forest" because people are known to have killed themselves there.
The video service, owned by YouTube, has removed Paul from its Preferred Programme where companies can sell adverts on the top 5% of content creators, as well as putting original projects with the USA star on hold.
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It began with a discretion warning and Paul telling his viewers: "this is the most real vlog I've ever posted on this channel" and to "buckle the f*** up because you're never gonna see a video like this again".
YouTube concluded its statement by admitting it had taken a long time to respond to the issue. (One of those guidelines states, "It's not okay to post violent or gory content that's primarily meant to be shocking, sensational, or disrespectful.") But they are apparently looking at implementing "further consequences" removing the original video.
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He was subsequently criticised, with filmmaker and actor Anna Akana arguing: "That body was a person someone loved".
The vlogger later posted an apology on Twitter.
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Today, more than a week after the incident, YouTube posted a response on Twitter. Logan Paul later claimed that the monetised upload was an attempt to create suicide awareness.
The open letter continued, "We expect more of the creators who build their community on @YouTube, as we're sure you do too".
Before it was deleted, the video was viewed some six million times.
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