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YouTuber Brooke Houts accidentally uploads video of herself abusing her dog

  • Brooke Houts usually uses her dog to get views
  • She accidentally uploaded a video of her hurting her dog
  • Loses thousands of subscribers

Twenty-year-old YouTuber Brooke Houts, who is from LA, accidentally uploaded a video of herself abusing her dog. The original title of the video was “plastic wrap prank on my Doberman.”

Houts is known to include her Doberman named Sphynx in her videos to garner more views.

In the video, Houts is seen screaming and hitting her dog’s face. She also grabbed Sphynx by the fur and forced him down to the floor, then proceeded to spit on him.

Knowing that she made a mistake, she immediately deleted the video and put up a new one that was carefully edited.

The original video has been downvoted nearly 30,000 times and people have not forgotten about it.

Her subscribers went from 340,000 to 330,000.

Houts then released a statement on Twitter and apologized, but denied ever spitting on her dog.

She said that the way she treats her dog in her previous videos is really the way she is.

“The bubbly, happy-go-lucky Brooke that you often see in my videos is typically an accurate representation of me, but it’s obvious that I’m playing up my mood in this video when I’m clearly actually frustrated.”

She admitted that she didn’t have to hurt her dog like that, but as an owner, she had to discipline him.

“When my 75 lb. Doberman is jumping up in my face with his mouth open, I do, as a dog parent, have to show him that this behavior is unacceptable. But I want to make it known, REGARDLESS of what my dog does, I should not have acted that way towards him.”

Houts also said that her dog did not feel any pain during the process, because if he did, then he would have acted different. Moreover, she mentions that they are about to get a dog trainer, and said that anyone who knows her knows that she has “immense love for animals.”

The Los Angeles Police Department’s Animal Cruelty has already been involved in the situation.

“LAPD is aware of this incident. Animal Cruelty is looking into this, and there is an open investigation.”

In Los Angeles, a misdemeanor charge of animal cruelty is punishable by no more than one year in County jail and/or a fine of no more than $1,000 but a felony charge of animal cruelty is punishable by between 16 months and three years in California state prison and/or a fine of no more than $20,000.

Written by JO-EST B. TAN

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