Paul caused widespread outrage when he visited a forest in Japan where many folks had taken their lives, and uploaded a video of him and his entourage coming across a recently deceased man hanging from a tree.
Paul now has three YouTube Red projects that are all on hold, Logan Paul Vs. and The Thinning - New World Order and he will be written off of Foursome.
He has also been removed from season four of comedy programme Foursome and his new originals have been placed on hold, YouTube said in a statement.
In addition, according to Polygon, YouTube has removed Logan's channel from Google Preferred, which allows content creators to be listed in the top five percent of YouTube content - which makes the vloggers more money.
The new approach will be applied to videos that are part of Google Preferred, a set of popular YouTube channels Google sells to advertisers at a higher prices, these people said.
The video featured no footage from Logan's video, no images of the body (we would never do that), and, as is typical for YouTuber News, there was no swearing.
Numerous video bloggers and internet insiders believe that these actions were a little too late.
YouTube has made several financial decisions regarding their business relationship with Logan Paul. You're right to be.
Following his apology, Paul announced he was stepping away from posting videos "to reflect".
One theme I've heard when I talk to those people: This ultra-premium version of YouTube is likely to favor big, established media companies instead of the home-grown YouTube stars like Logan Paul. The statement continued by saying that suicide is not a laughing matter and that the tragedy should not be something that brings more views to the site.
The 22 year-old is one of YouTube's most popular users; he has 15 million subscribers, many of them children. Many have also pointed out that the video was, in fact, taken down voluntarily by Paul and not by YouTube. The company said, though, that Paul violated its community guidelines with the suicide video.
Of course, YouTube already has a Google Preferred (actual name) program for advertisers.