Quick Facts Of Brooke Houts
Celebrated Name Brooke Houts Age 21 Years Nick Name Brooke Houts Birth Name Brooke Houts Birth Date 1998-11-24 Gender Female Profession YouTuber Birth Nation United States Place Of Birth Atlanta, Georgia Nationality American Horoscope Sagittarius Famous For Youtube Vlogging Marital Status Unmarried Net Worth Under Review Career Start February 2,2014 Religion Christianity
Brooke Houts is an American internet personality and actress. She has eponymous YouTube channel, which has over 335k subscribers as of August 2019. She posts daily personal and comedy vlogs on her channel. She received criticism in August 2019 after she posted a video of abusing her dog.
What is Brooke Houts Famous For?
- Popular YouTube vlogger.
Where was Brooke Houts Born?
Brooke Houts was born on 24 November 1998. Her birth place is in Atlanta, Georgia in the United States. She holds American nationality. Her zodiac sign is Sagittarius. Information about her parents will be updated soon.
Houts started her YouTube channel in February 2014.
She posted her first video on her channel in November 2015.
One of the most popular video on her channel is titled “KISSING MY EX-BOYFRIEND”.
She also collaborates with other YouTubers frequently.
Her YouTube channel has already garnered over 335k subscribers as of August 2019.
She received criticism for abusing her dog Doberman, where she was seen shouting, hitting and spitting on the dog.
The video where she abused her dog was immediately removed from her channel.
Following excessive criticism, she deactivated her Twitter account for a while.
LAPD Animal Cruelty Unit is investigating the incident.
She later issued a long statement apologizing for abusing her dog,
To everyone who has been commenting on my social media as of recently.
Anything I say isn’t going to make those who believe I’m a bad person stop believing that, and I’m aware of this. I apologize to anyone who has been affected negatively by the footage.
First off, I want to address the uncut footage. On the day in particular that the video was filmed, and actually this past week, things in my outside life have been less than exceptional. I am not going to play the “victim card” or anything of that sort, but I do want to point out that I am rarely as upset as what was shown in the footage. The bubbly, happy-go-lucky Brooke that you often see in my videos is typically an accurate representation of me, but it’s obvious that I’m playing up my mood in this video when I’m clearly actually frustrated.
That being said, this does NOT justify me yelling at my dog in the way that I did, and I’m fully aware of that. Should I have gotten as angry as I did in the video? No. Should I have raised my voice and yelled at him? No. However, when my 75 lb. Doberman is jumping up in my face with his mouth open, I do, as a dog parent, have to show him that this behavior is unacceptable. But I want to make it known, REGARDLESS of what my dog does, I should not have acted that way towards him.
I want to clarify that 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. I Known people are going to say “you don’t know how he really feels” and this is true. But if he was audibly and physically in pain, it would be a different story. I also did NOT spit on my dog, but I understand how it could look like I did. Did I get in his face and take unnecessary actions towards him? Yes, I did, and that was not the way I should’ve handled the situation. Did I spit on my dog? No.
My family and I are in the process of getting him training. The training that I have been looking at for him is VERY expensive because it’d have to be 1-on-1 with a trainer. Ever since he was attacked at the dog park, he isn’s okay with being around other dogs. He sticks to me like velcro if he is in the presence of another dog, even a little chihuahua. I just can’t see him getting what he needs from a group training environment. That being said, I know I personally can learn more effective techniques to get his energy out and keep him disciplined as well.
Anyone who knows me personally knows I have an immense love for animals, including my own. I would never do anything to purposefully physically or mentally harm any animal. Again, I should NOT have yelled at him or have been as physically aggressive as I was, and I’m fully aware of that. He was not hurt, nor has he ever been purposefully hurt by me. I know I’ll be in many future situations where he’s being physical, but I will not respond this way again.
Family or friends that have spent any amount of time with Sphinx and me, know that we have a trusting, loving relationship. All he wants to do is be by my side, cuddle with me, and be around me, which I love. My love for him is exponential and infinite, and I do everything I can in my day-to-day life to ensure that he is living as happily as he can. I’m sorry that my actions in that particular moment did not reflect that.
About my twitter- I deactivated my account earlier in the day. When I went to open it, I was met with an excess of notifications of people telling me I’m messed up, a bad person, that I’m going to hell, that I belong in jail, etc. For my own mental health, and no other reason besides that, I didn’t think it was necessary for me to be reading those comments at the time.
Lastly, I don’t want to make this statement seem like it’s me defending myself, because that is not my goal. I do want to point out what ACTUALLY happened though. My intent by explaining the situation is to give those of you who are rightfully angry with me the explanation that you deserve. I am getting my dog into training, and I’m looking at ways to improve how I personally train him at home. I am sorry that you guys had to watch that footage and were upset by it, and I’m sorry to my dog for raising my voice and acting aggressively.
In my heart and from the words of the people that spend the most time with me, I known that I am a great dog mom (but not perfect), that I spoil him in the best ways, that he gets all the treats he could ever want, and that the Amazon Prime mailman is probably tired of delivering packages of dog toys to my house. Again, this does not make my actions in the footage, okay, but I’m just explaining what my day-to-day life is really like, whether you believe me or not.
On a serious note, I love you guys, and I want to THANK YOU for pointing out things that you think are wrong and discussing them, because the world needs more of that. I hope you give me the chance to prove that these statements about myself do align with my actions.
All my Love,
Who is Brooke Houts Dating?
Information about her relationship status is not available. She is reportedly single. She has not disclosed about her current relationship status. Previously, she was in a relationship. She posted a video titled “KISSING MY EX-BOYFRIEND” on her YouTube channel.
How tall is Brooke Houts?
Information about her body measurements will be updated soon.
What is Brooke Houts Net Worth?
Brooke Houts earns from her YouTube channel. Her channel has already garnered over 335k followers as of August 2019. Her net worth is not available at present.