Brooke Houts Gets To Keep Her Dog During Abuse Investigation

August 12, 2019 / Posted by:

That trash-bucket YouTuber, Brooke Houts, who was caught being an abusive dick to her poor dog, Sphinx, has a history of being whiny about her dog on the Internet, which I’m sure will play out really well for her in that LAPD investigation for animal abuse she’s under. Speaking of, she’s keeping her dog until its done since it was determined Sphinx is not in any “immediate danger”. Well I hope they at least have an agent parked outside Brooke’s house Law & Order-style.

TMZ has bad news for people who love animals. I know, it’s been a rough summer for us. After that dumbass Brooke was caught being an asshole to her own beloved pet when she accidentally posted a video of her spitting and hitting Sphinx, we’ve been waiting to see justice be served. Someone needs to get that dog out of there and into a loving home. And people are offering. People with money. But no, Sphinx will stay with Brooke for now.

Sources tell TMZ that while the LAPD investigates, Brooke will maintain custody of Sphinx. LAPD’s Animal Cruelty Task Force checked her out and decided he’s not in immediate danger while in Brooke’s care–apparently the video itself is not enough proof Sphinx could be taken out back and then disappear without a trace David Eason-style. So until they get more, Sphinx stays put.

And TMZ says that the investigators will have tons to look into, because Brooke has previously been upfront about how much she seems to not know how to take care of this dog.

They point to past tweets of Brooke’s where she says things like:

“My dog…. peed on my bed… for the 3rd time in the past 2 weeks…”

“Also why do dogs like to hit you in the face with their chonker paws?”


“Good night to everyone except my dog.”

The thing is, these could have just been some simple complain-tweets. However–considering how Brooke reacted in the video, now we can read into these tweets in a whole new light, which is actually just dark. Careful what you tweet it: it may come back as evidence. …Also don’t do things which require evidence to be collected–that’s probably more important.

And since Sphinx has been forced to stay with his abuser, here’s to eating more $100 leggings and peeing on her bed. Although, aim for the face next time, Sphinx. Hey, that’s what she gets for the spitting!

Pic: Twitter

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