Problematic YouTubers are a dime a dozen, and it seems like a new scandal erupts every week. But this girl stands out among all of them for a horrific video she accidentally uploaded in which she is seen abusing her dog. 

Brooke Houts has 333,000 subscribers on the platform and is an aspiring actor in Los Angeles. Her most recent content revolves around her Doberman, Sphinx, and their days together. A "pranking my dog" video that was accidentally uploaded sans edits, then edited, then removed, shows Houts hitting, shoving, and spitting on her dog. 

The disturbing video has circulated throughout social media with thousands calling out the YouTuber for animal abuse and overall being a terrible person. 

Houts has since apologized, but to little effect. The LAPD animal abuse unit is also reportedly looking into the incident, according to BuzzFeed News.

Clips from the video show Houts shoving, hitting, and spitting on her dog. The video is everywhere, but if you haven't seen it, keep in mind that it gets pretty graphic. 

Houts flips her YouTuber personality on and off in the unedited video and yells at her Doberman Sphinx, who is playfully jumping on and around her. Dobermans are energetic dogs that need plenty of attention and exercise to placate their hyperactive personalities. Yelling and hitting will never be an effective form of training, and spitting on a pet is just plain despicable. 

Some pointed out that she appears to use her dog for content, but doesn't treat him with respect. 

"What’s more disgusting is it’s clear she uses her dog for views yet is completely mistreating him," one person replied to a tweet of the video. 

The video she shared was one in which she planned to play a popular prank on her dog involving plastic wrap. In other videos, she shows her training methods and daily activities that are mostly harmless. Although her other videos have clearly been edited, no one knows how many deleted scenes there are of her treating her pup in the same abusive way. 

Houts has since deleted the video and issued an apology on Twitter to explain her actions. 

Houts started out her apology by explaining that at the time of filming this video, she was having a bad week and was particularly frustrated, but she reassured her followers that it did not mean she thought that justified her actions. 

"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 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," Houts wrote. 

Houts also denied that she spit on her dog, even though it appears that she did in the video. "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.... 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." 

But almost no one had any sympathy for her. 

Many didn't believe her denial of spitting on Sphinx when it was clearly shown in the clip. "You spit on your dog dude. He wasn't being aggressive with you, he was being playful. You pushed him down to the floor, you raised your hand, pulled, pushed and yelled. That's abuse. And by the looks of his reaction, it's not the first time. Absolutely heartbreaking to watch," someone responded to the apology tweet. 

Actor Jameela Jamil saw the video and was absolutely disgusted. And plenty of other YouTubers, actors, and celebrities also called Houts out. 

"Put this cretin in jail," Jamil tweeted at the video. YouTubers like Logan Paul even slammed Houts for her video. And if Paul, who is one of the most problematic people on Earth, even thought to say something, then you know it's bad. 

Police are reportedly investigating, and many hope that the dog will be transferred to a loving home.

A representative for the Los Angeles Police Department told BuzzFeed News, "LAPD is aware of this incident. Animal Cruelty is looking into this, and there is an open investigation." Houts denies any accusation that she abused her dog, but the evidence is stacked against her. 

Another online personality responded to Houts apology tweet, "You are a an animal abuser we’ve all seen the evidence, your ‘apology’ which even attempts to blame the dog shows nothing but a dark heart inside an ignorant being. Give that dog to a good home faster than you can think about it. Hand over all pets and don’t ever have a child."

People have been tagging PETA on the dog's Instagram page in hopes that he will be taken away from her. 

Houts' Instagram page is nowhere to be found as of the time this post was published, but her dog's is still up and running. Many are taking the opportunity to tag @peta and @aspca on the pup's posts in hopes that the animal rescue organizations will step in and help. The Doberman is less than a year old and deserves to be in a household that loves and respects him and understands the proper way to take care of him.