The stalker who had trespassed upon popular YouTuber Logan Paul's home back in February 2018 has now received jail time for repeated offenses.
The trespasser, named Tahj Deondre Speight, has been hit with a 45-day jail sentence and will remain on probation for two years.
Speight was caught illegally entering Paul's home back in February by the YouTuber himself, who made a citizen's arrest and subsequently filed a restraining order against the stalker due to fear of potential bodily injury.
Logan also claimed that Speight had been seen at the home of his brother Jake in Match, where he had been also been arrested for trespassing.
Logan even vlogged his initial encounter with the stalker, in which he admitted to being severely shaken up and scared that he and the others in his home could have been harmed.
The incident had occurred shortly after Paul's controversial trip to Japan, during which he recorded and uploaded a video of a deceased person in the country's infamous Aokigahara 'Suicide Forest.'
Speight had since attempted to illegally access Logan's home three more times in early June, where he allegedly claimed that he was the "Antichrist" when questioned by security personnel.
The restraining order that Paul has filed against Speight is valid for five years and requires the offender to stay at least 100 yards away from him at all times, including his residence, place of business, and personal vehicles.
The Paul brothers will now feel safer that their encounters with the stalker are over, assuming that he does not break the terms of his probation.
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