Meet Brooke Houts.
Brooke Houts is a YouTuber who shared a video where she is making pranks on her Doberman. The video is so cheerful and fun, and you can perceive how fun-loving the dog was and how excited Brooke was.
Brooke and her pup, Sphinx, appeared to have a lot of fun shooting this video. But, everything isn’t what it appears!
Stream Houts at first transferred the unedited adaptation of the video to YouTube, which revealed who she really is as a person.
In the unedited video, we can Brooke hitting, spitting, beating, and also, pushing her valuable Doberman since he was energetic and tried to kiss her!
Actually, it was so gut-wrenching to watch that video that she accidentally shared.
At least, Brooke Houts has been revealed now, and she can be accused of animal abuse, right?
LAPD’s Animal Cruelty unit saw the video and started exploring this painful case. But, a police representative revealed to BuzzFeed News that no charges would be pressed!
Brooke is leaving her violations with no outcomes, and the poor little Sphinx needs to live with this beast.
DOGS DESERVE RESPECT. IF YOU CAN’T TREAT DOGS WITH KINDNESS AND INSTEAD HIT THEM, DON’T GET ONE.
— PETA (@peta) August 7, 2019
“Animal Task Force looked into the matter — obviously they saw the video the public had seen,” the police stated. “They determined it didn’t rise to the level of animal cruelty.”
However, the people have been giving Brooke a difficult time, as they should. In reaction to all of that, she announced an apology declaring that she is not a dog abuser.
Brooke stated: “I am NOT a dog abuser or animal abuser in any way, shape, or form. Anyone who has witnessed or heard true animal abuse will be able to clearly see that. My dog, in no way, shape, or form was hurt by any action that I displayed in this video.”
Brooke Houts was actually an abuser to Sphinx! This story has been published on the H3H3 podcast, and highly suggest that you see their story in the video below.
However, She is still sharing videos on YouTube, and she still has this innocent dog! She also says that she got him a trainer. We wish that she learned her lesson!