Police Want To Question Logan Paul Following Japan Suicide Video

Police Want To Question Logan Paul Following Japan Suicide Video

Logan Paul isn’t having the greatest week, after uploading and sharing a new video with his fans which featured a suicide victim during his visit to Japan’s “Suicide Forest”.

After facing backlash from fellow YouTubers and more, issuing two apologies about his decision, and deleting the video altogether, it looks like Logan is now wanted for questioning by Yamanashi prefectural police.

While Logan isn’t in legal trouble for filming the deceased person in his video, the police still want to talk to him about what happened on that day.

Masaki Ito, a spokesperson for the Yamanashi prefectural police, told The Sun that while people are not obligated to report a body, they still want to talk to him as a suicide is likely involved.

In his original video, some of Logan‘s team did call the cops after they found the man and stuck around when they arrived on the scene.

As of right now, Logan is taking a break from new videos and social media altogether.

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  • j b

    It is good to hear he is wanted for questioning as it could lead to legal trouble.

  • Lawrence Rainbow

    When you do stupid things without really taking the time to think about it this is the end result.