YouTuber Brooke Houts is in serious trouble after she accidentally uploaded an uncut version of her “plastic wrap prank on my doberman” video to her channel where she is seen being very aggressive towards her dog, Sphinx.

The video, which has since been deleted, shows Houts hitting, pushing, yelling, and seemingly spitting on her dog. Though deleted, it didn’t stop users from uploading and sharing their own version of the clip online.

According to Buzzfeed News, a representative for the police department said that the LAPD is aware of the incident. The LAPD’s Animal Cruelty Task Force is now looking into the situation and there is an ongoing investigation.

Brooke’s YouTube and social media have since been flooded with messages calling her out regarding her disturbing behavior. One comment even said that they hope that the RSPCA takes the dog away from her. Others hoped that she would be put behind bars.

“There's a typo in the text. It reads ‘quality time lol’ rather than ‘dog smacking time lol’,” one YouTube comment pointed out.

Houts recently sent out a lengthy apology from her Notes app to Twitter amid the controversy. She stated that she isn’t going to play the “victim card” but said that things in her outside life have been “less than exceptional.” She explained that she is normally quite bubbly but that she’s clearly frustrated in the video.

She wrote that though things haven’t been going well in her life, this does not justify her actions towards Sphinx.

“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,” Houts said and further explained that regardless of what her dog does, she should not have acted that way towards her pet.

“I want to clarify that I am NOT a dog abuser or animal abuser in any way, shape, or form,” she stated. “Anyone who has witnessed or heard true animal abuse will be able to clearly see that.”

Drag Queen Tatianna responded to the tweet and said that she doesn’t even know who Brooke is, but she has seen the video and she can tell that the latter is just trying to save face.

“FULL OFFENSE but if you react violently and cruelly to an animal who has nothing but love and trust in you, then you have NO RIGHT have a pet,” one Twitter user wrote. “Pets trust you, they love you, and to treat them with cruelty and spite is truly evil, and you’re a piece of s--- #brookehouts”

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This playful Doberman Pinscher shows off her skills before the Westminster Dog Show competition. IBTimes/Julia Greenberg