Top 15 YouTubers Who’ve Done Horrible Things

Top 15 YouTubers Who’ve Done Horrible Things


15. Kanghua Ren
Some YouTubers do heinous things for views. Kanghua Ren is one of them. The YouTuber, known as ReSet, has a million
subscribers who tune in to see what mischief and mayhem he can think up next. But this time, his particular cruelty brought
him face-to-face with a potential two-year prison sentence. The 20-year-old Chinese born YouTuber, based
in Barcelona, filled Oreos with toothpaste and gave them to a homeless man to eat. The 52-year-old homeless man ate five of them. After feeding the man with the tainted Oreos,
ReSet seemed to understand that he was pushing the boundaries of decency. The video, viewed thousands of times, earned
the YouTuber over €2000, but may cost him up to €30,000 in compensation to the homeless
man on top of a potential two-year prison sentence. The homeless man, identified as Gheorge L.
said he became ill five minutes after eating them. 14. Hannah Sabata
Here’s an idea: if you rob a bank, don’t post about it on YouTube. 19-year-old YouTuber, Hannah Sabata, did and
was shortly thereafter arrested on November 28th, 2012 for allegedly robbing a bank in
Waco, Nebraska the previous day. How were police so quick to catch her? Well, for one thing, she uploaded a video
of herself in which she was surrounded by cash and boasting about what she did to the
bank. The self-titled “Chick Bank Robber” was
quickly identified and sentenced to 10-20 years behind bars. That’s a lot of time for a mere $6,000. 13. Randy Robert Stair
This man operated a YouTube channel called Pioneers Productions. There, he uploaded sketch videos, including
collaborations with other content creators. But his channel was rehashed in 2014, instead
featuring an animated series called the “Ember’s Ghost Squad.” The channel took an even darker turn in June
of 2017, when Stair uploaded his final video. In the video, he declared his hatred toward
those involved in the Nickelodeon animated series, Danny Phantom, whose character, Ember
McLain, is who the main character in EGS is modeled after. In the video, an animated version of himself
and a character from his EGS series are depicted taking the lives of students at a high school. The 24-year-old proceeded to live his animated
series by taking the lives of his coworkers at a store in Weis Markets in Pennsylvania
during his late-night shift. He then took his own life. It was truly a horrible event. 12. Danh Van Le
This man is a YouTuber who founded the channel Trollstation. The name of the channel says enough: Van Le
is known for causing public hi jinx with the intent to go viral. But he bit off a bit more than he could chew
in July of 2015, when his YouTube hi jinx took him to two London galleries, where he
and his pals pulled a heist prank. While these videos were trolling, in reality,
they were so believable that museum-goers raced from the galleries in fear. One visitor even fainted from the episode. Due to this misbehavior, Van Le was taken
to court and sentenced to 12 weeks behind bars, while his pals received up to 20 weeks
for intent to cause fear and provoking unlawful violence. Van Le’s trouble didn’t end there. He was also sentenced to 24 weeks for a fake
briefcase bomb hoax. Because of bail conditions, Van Le’s channel
went dark in March of 2016. The channel claimed they were taking the time
to “re-evaluate” their influence. Here’s hoping they never pull any other
pranks that could psychologically harm strangers. 11. Logan Paul
In one particularly controversial and notorious video, Paul visited Aokigahara forest, where
he shot footage of a man who had taken his own life – an act that was considered seriously
unethical. However, this, alone, did not lead to charges
being filed against him. After watching Paul’s videos, police in
Japan say he could be charged with at least four different crimes: destruction of property,
public indecency, interference with business operations, and traffic violations. YouTube agrees that punishment is fitting. They gave a statement, saying that they removed
his channel from Google Preferred. A former police detective is completely flabbergasted
by Paul’s actions. In his own words: “He’s left video evidence,
on his own YouTube channel.” After the reviews of Paul’s behavior started
rolling in, he left YouTube for a while to “reflect” on his behavior. 10. Alvaro Castillo
Nothing good comes from an obsession with the events on April 20, 1999 in Columbine,
Colorado, as YouTuber Alvaro Castillo demonstrated when he attempted to copy their actions at
his high school in August of 2006. The young man’s YouTube channel was not
popular, with only 60 subscribers and a half dozen or so video vlogs. In the vlogs he expressed his love of movies
like Predator and Natural Born Killers. But he didn’t go so far as to declare his
desire to be either one of those things. On the morning in question, Castillo took
the life of his father and left a note. He then headed to school with the intent to
take more lives. Armed to the teeth, Castillo marched into
Orange High School. Thankfully, he didn’t manage to take any
more lives, but he did seriously hurt two students when he opened fire. When he was brought to trial, the defense
argued that Castillo was insane, and that he thought that God ordered him to commit
these actions. Although judging by the videos he made, Castillo
certainly was mentally disturbed, the defense team wasn’t able to prove insanity. The event became even worse, as the 21-year-old
barely reacted to the guilty verdict that was read. He was given life without parole. He stated that he understood that he’d hurt
people with his actions, though he did not intend to. 9. DaddyOFive
When parents decide to make child stars out of their kids, things can either good or bad. YouTuber DaddyOFive stepped over this line. The owners of the channel, Heather and Michael
Martin, who hailed from Maryland, often posted controversial videos, as they used their five-kid
family in YouTube pranks. The charges in question are due to one prank
the couple took out on their 9- and 11-year-olds, Cody and Emma. A neuropsychologist found that both children
suffered from “mental injury because of the videotaping incidents and what went on
during the videos.” Their actions resulted in child neglect charges
that sent them to probation after the couple pleaded guilty. They did so under the Alford plea, which allows
them to maintain their position of innocence while, at the same time, allowing that the
evidence is stacked against them. They expressed remorse and were given five
years’ probation. The state attorney’s chief stated: “The
evaluations that were conducted of Heather and Mike, obviously their judgement was somewhat
warped in participating in these videos. But there wasn’t any intent — malicious
intent to damage the children.” Here’s hoping this doesn’t happen with
any other YouTube child stars. 8. LionMaker
Although gaming YouTubers seem innocent enough, they often pull in a large number of child
fans. And, in the wrong hands, with that can come
inappropriate behavior. LionMaker is accused of developing inappropriate
relationships with child fans, even Tweeting out images of one of these children. In one tweet, he wrote: “I have fooled all
of u and have made plenty of money while doing it.” LionMaker quickly removed the tweets, but
many of his followers saw them, leading to an investigation into the 27-year-old Belgian
YouTuber who goes by the real name of Marcus Wilton. At the time of his exchanges, Wilton boasted
200+ million views through his personal commentary gameplay videos. Every day, he chatted with his teen and pre-teen
fans over group Skype for hours. Those in the conversations noted that the
normally upbeat YouTuber would sometimes reveal a different side, declaring himself mentally
unstable or ranting on about this or that. It may come as no surprise then that this
behavior led the YouTuber to preying on the now 16-year-old girl, whose Twitter persona
was “Paige Thepanda”. The family has taken police action against
LionMaker, with one member saying that the girl has been badly affected by everything
that’s unfolded and may even be brainwashed. “All we want is to protect her and keep
her from meeting up with him, but we can’t watch her all the time,” the girl’s family
said. Wilton, who has yet to be formally charged
for his actions, may be aiming at making a comeback. His YouTube channel, which had gone dark around
June 2016, suddenly came back to life in November 2017 with a replacement star – someone by
the name of THExSERGEANT. The newbie wrote in a comment on one of his
videos, claiming that LionMaker would soon return. If he does return, parents beware. 7. Jared Lee Loughner
When Jared Loughner became a YouTuber, he began spreading theories that would take a
dark turn. Though he had a small audience, his view counts
was up there. With disturbing videos that focused on the
government, mind tricks, religion, and a currency he invented, Loughner was clearly off his
rocker. But it wasn’t completely clear just how
far he would go. That is, until January of 2011, when he opened
fire on a political rally in Arizona, taking the lives of six and hurting many more, including
U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords, who was his target. Instead, he took the lives of a nine year
old and Chief U.S. District Court Judge John Roll, while Giffords miraculously survived. Loughner pleaded guilty, for which he was
given life behind bars – plus 140 years. 6. Tamerlan Tsarnaev
The man responsible for the events at the Boston Marathon on April 15, 2013, Tamerlan
Tsarnaev, allegedly had a YouTube channel. Although Tsarnaev never uploaded videos to
his channel, he did follow, like, and comment upon several questionable videos. The account has been active since August 2012,
long before he became infamous for the events that took the lives three people and harmed
several hundred during the Boston Marathon. The 26-year-old brother had his life taken
during a police standoff, while his younger brother, was found hiding out in a boat. The younger brother was questioned and confessed
that he and his brother wanted revenge for events in Iraq and Afghanistan. He was convicted of thirty charges on April
8, 2015. 5. Pekka-Eric Auvinen
This troubled 18-year-old took his anger to school in Finland on November 7th, 2007 and
took the lives of eight people. His online persona explained the mentality
behind such a horrific act. He owned two YouTube accounts, using the aliases
NaturalSelector 89 and Sturmgeist89. Under these accounts, he posted videos of
historically horrible events. He also appeared in at least one of his videos,
in which he demonstrated his piece by shooting apples. A final post was uploaded on the day of his
attack. The video showed photos of himself, filtered
red, along with a pic of his high school. Then, on the day in question, He entered the
school and took the lives of eight and hurt an additional thirteen, before taking his
own life. 4. Nasim Aghdam
On April 3, 2018, 38-year-old Nasim entered YouTube’s headquarters in San Bruno, California
through an exterior parking garage. Once inside the outdoor patio area, the animal
rights activist opened fire, hurting three and then taking her own life. Nasim, an Iranian immigrant, protested with
PETA against the US Marine Corps using pigs during training procedures and posted content
that aligned with her beliefs, some of which went viral in Iran. An investigation by San Bruno police uncovered
rants by the woman on YouTube, where Nasim alleges that the site suppresses certain videos
and prevents traffic. According to a 2014 FBI study, Nasim was one
out of only six sole-females to commit an act like this. 3. Anthony Powell
YouTube ranter, Anthony Powell, was the embodiment of the worst of YouTube. He uploaded videos to his channel under the
name Tony48219 about his dislike for women. As with any extreme viewpoint, his ideas found
a following. But this success was short-lived, when his
words turned into action on Good Friday in 2009. This is when the 28-year-old YouTuber and
student of the MacKenzie Fine Arts Center at Henry Ford Community College arrived at
school with a mission to take a life. He targeted fellow student and YouTuber, 20-year-old
Asia McGowan, taking her life, after which he took his own. As Powell stated in his videos, he was a “true
Christian.” He likely saw himself as a man sent here to
rid the world of atheists, whom he called “the devil’s troopers” and “filthy
animals.” The only “devil’s trooper” I see here
is Powell, himself. 2. Elliot Rodger
Some YouTuber’s use the site as their online confessional. That’s what this YouTuber did right before
he went on to take the lives of six people and harm many more in Isla Vista, California. This all happened on May 23, 2014. Before the spree, Rodger uploaded a YouTube
video, entitled, “Elliot Rodger’s Retribution,” in which he told the world why he’d reached
his breaking point. He blamed it all on girls rejecting him, and
being ignored by the popular kids at school. In the video, he said: “You’ve forced me to
suffer all my life and now I’ll force you all to suffer”
He said he wanted to annihilate them, and to give them “what they deserve.” The very next day, he stayed true to these
words. He took the lives of three men at his home,
took the lives of three women in front of a sorority house, as well as another man at
a deli. In the end, Rodger, took his own life, ending
the annihilation where it began. Before we get to number 1, my name is Chills
and I hope you’re enjoying my narration. If you’re curious about what I look like
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we upload every Tuesday. 1. Anders Breivik
Yet another person who espoused his horrific beliefs on YouTube just hours before committing
one of the most horrible acts Norway has ever seen. Anders Breivik uploaded his manifesto in a
video, which was later quickly removed from YouTube. In the manifesto, he says: “The first drop
of rain marks the coming of a great and unstoppable cultural conservative tidal wave. The tidal wave will cleanse Western Europe”
He imagined a Europe based on similar nationalism and cultural conservatism seen in nations
like South Korea and Japan. After posting the video, in Oslo, Norway’s
capital, he took the lives of eight people. While chaos ensued, he traveled to Utøya
island, where the Worker’s Youth League held a camp. There, dressed as a police officer, he took
the lives of 69 children. The man was sentenced to containment, a prison
sentence that can be suspended indefinitely, with a minimum time of ten years. This is the harshest penalty available in
Norway. Considering the devastation Breivik caused,
some believe it isn’t harsh enough.

100 thoughts on “Top 15 YouTubers Who’ve Done Horrible Things

  1. This video was narrated by Chills.
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  2. Top 15 Youtubers Who've Achieved Meme Status

    1. Chills

    Even if you are a meme, I still watch your content cause it's interesting to me to see what happens in these videos. Keep it up!

  3. At 0:41 I actually felt a lump in my throat because the homeless man looked like he thought nobody loved him and his life will always be this way. He looked defeated. If there's a homeless man you often see, e.g. on your way to work or the grocery store, buy him something. These people need and deserve your love.

  4. Oh my gosh, someone PLEASE use another voice for these vids! The voice is so damn annoying for me to listen to!

  5. On a list about actual school shooters ,child abusers , and a bank robber.everyones talking about some prank done on a homeless guy

  6. ReSet also gave children and elderly people sandwiches with his cat’s feces. Austin Jones should’ve been on this list because he was a pedophile, Austin was charged with child pornography.

  7. I really wanted to watch this but the way this person narrated and his tone of voice annoys me idk if anyone else hears it

  8. 15.Kanghua Ren – Oreos with Toothpaste
    14.Hannah Sabata – Robbing
    13.Randy Robert Stair – Killing
    12.Danh Van Le – Heist Prank
    11.Logan Paul – Paul's Behavior
    10.Alvaro Castillo – Killing
    9.DaddyOFive – Child Abuse
    8.LionMaker – Inappropiate Tweeting
    7.Jared Les Loughner – Killing
    6.Tamerlan Tsarnaev – Boston Marathon
    5.Pekka-Eric Auvinen – Killing
    4.Nasim Aghdam – Killing
    3.Anthony Powell – Killing
    2.Elliot Rodger – Killing
    1.Andres Breiviek – Killing

  9. People are feeling sorry for the homeless man and it's not even in the top 10s. Chill people, everyone is feeling sorry for the man yet no one wants to let a homeless man/woman to their house. Hypocrites, you guys keep your mouths shut.

  10. the police needs to give the number 15 guy a life sentence for giving Oreos filled toothpaste to a poor homeless man😢😡

  11. Nobody:
    This comment section: homeless man given toothpaste Oreo > man who murdered 77 people, 69 of which were CHILDREN

  12. everybody is talking about the poor homeless man but nobody is talking about the guy who took the lives of 70+ people
    8 people then 69 kids!

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