Federal Bureau of Investigation search California home of YouTube star Jake Paul

Carla Harmon
August 9, 2020

YouTube star Jake Paul has become the talk of the internet, yet again, after his Calabasas mansion was raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation - and now, older brother Logan Paul has spoken out regarding the incident.

A judge has sealed the search-warrant affidavit and Eimiller said she could not reveal the nature of the investigation or the person it was served on.

Federal Bureau of Investigation agents including a SWAT team have raided the apparent home of YouTube star Jake Paul.

Federal Bureau of Investigation officers seized more than one distinct weapon from Paul's advantages in an Episode caught on film by KABC-TV Los Angeles.

On Wednesday morning, the YouTuber's mansion in Calabasas was searched by the FBI "in connection with an ongoing investigation".

Paul's attorney Richard Schonfeld confirmed the home was his.

Just last month, Calabasas' mayor said the city was considering taking legal action against Jake Paul for throwing a raucous party at his home in which people did not wear masks or physically distance amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Multiple firearms were found on the property during this search, sources told the Los Angeles Times. No arrests were made. Moreover, we do know that Jake was charged with criminal trespass and unlawful assembly in June.

The raid is in connection to Paul's involvement in a looting at an Arizona mall.

Paul said in a subsequent YouTube video that he had only been looking for people protesting the death of George Floyd, and he did not take part in any of the destruction.

While neither Logan nor the rest of the world know exactly what's going on, it looks like the youngest Paul brother has a healthy support system in place as fans watch and wait for further information regarding one of YouTube's biggest scandals to date.

The two siblings released their internet based life professions on a now-dead stage alluded to as Vine, a forerunner to the present well known short-shape video application TikTok.

Neighbors have complained to media outlets for several years about the stunts Jake Paul has pulled on the property for his YouTube channel.

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