Logan Paul Makes Citizen’s Arrest After Fan Breaks Into His House

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Logan Paul is used to getting in trouble with the law, but now he knows what it’s like to be on the other side. The 22-year-old made a citizen’s arrest last night after he walked into his California home and found a strange man sitting on the couch charging his phone.

According to TMZ, LP returned to his San Fernando Valley house at around 10 p.m. last night when he saw a guy chillin’ in the living room. Apparently the front door was left unlocked and that’s how he got inside. There were other people in the house upstairs, but they thought the noise of someone moving around was just Logan coming home, so they didn’t check it out.

The person who entered the YouTuber’s home reportedly knew exactly what he was doing, as he’s a fan and wanted to meet Logan.

If you’re not familiar, a citizen’s arrest is “an arrest made by a person who is not acting as a sworn law-enforcement official.” Basically, if someone has a justifiable reason to detain a criminal until actual police officers can arrive on the scene, he or she can do so legally.

The blond was able to call the cops following the citizen’s arrest and when they arrived they booked the fan for criminal trespassing.

As you probably know, Logan has been in headlines lately after he decided to film the dead body of a man who had committed suicide in a Japanese forest and post the footage online. He took a break from the Internet as a result of the controversy, which caused him to be dropped by multiple businesses, but returned to vlogging not too long ago.

It’s never a dull moment with this kid, eh?