Brooke Houts: Youtube star under police investigation following alleged dog attack

Brooke, has amassed over 300,000 followers on the site as she has posted regular videos detailing events in her life. In multiple videos, the Youtube star has also posted videos with herself and pet her doberman. In a recent unedited video from Brooke, she has been accused of alleged abuse.

Following the controversy from fans, the Los Angeles Police Department has opened an investigation into what happened in the video.

The video has since been taken down.

Attacking the Youtube celebrity for her actions, PETA tweeted saying: “Dogs deserve respect.

“If you can’t treat dogs with kindness and instead hit them, don’t get one.”

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The local police department has so far declined to comment on the matter.

Following the fall out from the video, Brooke took to Twitter to address the public to insist that she would never harm her pet.

In a statement released from her Twitter page, Brooke said: “I want to clarify that I am not a dog abuser or animal abuser in any way shape, or form.

“Anyone who has witnessed or heard try animal abuse will be able to clearly see that.

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“My dog, in no way, shape or form was hurt by any action that I displayed in this video.”

Away from fans criticising the Youtube star, icon of the site, Logan Paul also took to Twitter to announce his anger at the alleged act.

He said: “I try my best to avoid slamming people on twitter because I know what it’s like to be on the receiving end and rightfully so, but this video of that girl hitting & spitting on her dog is remarkably grotesque and irks me for many reasons.

“I’ve said this on the podcast before, humans don’t deserve dogs.”