Logan Paul claimed to have learned from his mistakes – but he just keeps screwing up.
YouTube decided to take action after the internet personality received immense backlash for posting a video of a suicide victim to his vlog last month and took a break only to return to the site with a video of him stunning dead rats with a Taser.
The Google-owned company announced on Twitter that they would suspend the 22-year-old's payments.
"After careful consideration, we have decided to temporarily suspend ads on Logan Paul's YouTube channels," the company said in a statement to The Verge.
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"This is not a decision we made lightly, however, we believe he has exhibited a pattern of behavior in his videos that makes his channel not only unsuitable for advertisers but also potentially damaging to the broader creator community."
Google did not immediately respond to a Daily News request for comment.
According to social media data site, Social Blade, Paul's 15.2 million subscribers earn him up to $14.3 million per year and approximately $1.2 million per month based on the common ad rates for YouTube channels.
In an interview on Feb. 1 with Michael Strahan on "Good Morning America," Paul was asked how losing his partnership with YouTube Red impacted his "bottom line."
"It hurts, but it's not like I'm drowning," he told Strahan.
"I try not to live my life thinking about money because money doesn't make me happy," he explained. "Creating and making other people happy makes me happy. Creating content to make people smile and laugh is what makes me happy."
Animal rights group PETA immediately took issue with Paul's video torturing rats by saying "Yo, Logan Paul: Death isn't funny."
"Exploiting dead bodies for views is disturbing."
After coming under fire for posting the video of a suicide victim in Japan's "suicide forest," Paul published a video where he met with survivors of suicide attempts and experts from suicide prevention groups.
Still, he proceeded to post the rat video just days later.
Paul has not addressed the backlash from his recent rat video, but did publicize a TMZ article about him making a citizen's arrest of a man who broke into his home on Tuesday.