Lucifer’s minions are going to be busy for a while, because they’re going to need to expand the YouTuber wing of Hell’s Special Place to make room for another future resident who will join Logan Paul, that Fantastic Adventures demon mom, and the LaBrant parents. That future resident of Hell’s Special Place is Brooke Houts, a YouTuber with over 300,000 subscribers, whose digital whoopsie has turned into an investigation by the LAPD’s Animal Cruelty unit. Brooke got caught abusing her Doberman Sphinx. Brooke’s YouTube career might be over, but she shouldn’t worry, because if Michael Vick ever puts together a network, Brooke is a shoo-in to star in her own show The Dog Yeller™.
Sphinx makes an appearance in many of Brooke’s videos, and while setting up a prank video co-starring her Doberman called, “Plastic wrap prank on my doberman!“, the greasy ingrown hair on Satan’s right ass cheek is seen on camera hitting him in the face, holding him down, spitting on him, pushing on him, and throwing him hate-filled devil eyes. I mean, even if Sphinx was being aggressive or “misbehaving,” that’s not how you handle a dog, but he was just trying to love up on his human and play. Sphinx must be used to this kind of abuse, sadly, because if that trick spit on me and I was a Doberman, I’d transform into New York from Flavor of Love when she got spit on by Pumkin and immediately handle a bitch, and by that I mean maul her mouth off so she can never spit at me again.
Warning: This mess is disturbing.
This makes my blood BOIL. How dare you blame this on “training” your dog. @brookehouts. You are disgusting. You deserve both your channel taken down, and your beautiful puppy be given to a deserving home you monster. pic.twitter.com/DaoRdkbsj1
— Mister Preda (@MisterPreda) August 7, 2019
The uncut video “accidentally” was uploaded to Brooke’s YouTube channel yesterday, and I’d like to think that it wasn’t accidental. I’d like to think that Sphinx uploaded it on the down-low to expose his evil human’s dog-abusing ways. The video was pulled down and later replaced with a more edited one.
Of course, Brooke’s YouTube ad money is on the line, so she took a break from yelling at Sphinx for causing this to give a YouTube brand bullshit response. Strangely enough, Brooke didn’t use a bottle of Invisible Tears By Laura Lee (NOW at Ulta!) to burp out a faux apology video. Instead, Brooke went classic by burping up a faux apology on the Notes app. Brooke served up several heaping servings of Bitch, Please by saying she’s had a hard time in her personal life lately, denied being a dog abuser, admits to yelling at her dog (but not hitting him, which anyone with working eyes, or half-working eyes like me, can see), and denies spitting on him even though, again, we can all hear it. Brooke put some of the blame on Sphinx for misbehaving and says that they’re getting him training even though it’s “very expensive” (that’s what your YouTube $$$ is for, asshole!).
To everyone who has been commenting on my social media as of recently: pic.twitter.com/gnxUbfVHdf
— b (@brookehouts) August 7, 2019
TMZ says that the LAPD’s Animal Cruelty unit has seen the video and is looking into it.
Hopefully this leads to the only Brooke Houts YouTube video I’ll watch in full, the one of her getting escorted from her place in handcuffs by the Animal Police as Sphinx is on her laptop transferring her YouTube $$$ to the account he set up for himself, so he can run off and live a life free of abuse and getting Pumkin’d in the face.