Logan Paul Is In Trouble Again —This Time with The U.S. National Park Service

It appears that Youtube Star Logan Paul has not learned his lesson. On Monday, The Blast reported that Logan Paul earned a citation from a park ranger in Yosemite National Park for sitting on top of a tent attached to a moving bus. The park ranger on site issued him a fine for his "illegal operation." The ranger claimed the incident "wasn’t the smartest or safest thing to do."

In a video uploaded to his channel earlier this week, Paul admitted to the incident and uploaded footage of another encounter with a park ranger at Yosemite where he was reprimanded for taking up five parking slots while celebrating his birthday with friends. In that incident, Paul was not issued a fine. Teen Vogue reported that the ranger let him go, stating, "It's your birthday? Well I guess that means you don't get a ticket."

Paul is no stranger to controversy. In the past, Logan Paul has been criticized for allegedly making racially insensitive remarks and for uploading a video from his visit to the Aokigahara Forest in Japan, infamously known as the "Suicide Forest," where he showed the body of a suicide victim.

The video was watched millions of times before it was eventually deleted by Paul. The backlash he received later prompted YouTube to suspend his account for 18 days and Paul, later in a statement on Twitter, said: “I didn’t do it for the views. I get views. I did it because I thought I could make a positive ripple on the internet, not cause a monsoon of negativity. That’s never the intention. I intended to raise awareness for suicide and suicide prevention…”

More than 80,000 people signed an online petition requesting YouTube to delete Paul’s channel after the release of the video, and Paul later apologized for his actions.