The home of Jake Paul, a controversial YouTube celebrity and one-time professional boxer, was robbed by the FBI in early Wednesday.
The FBI said it issued a search warrant for Paul’s home in Calabasas, California, as part of an “ongoing investigation” and declined to disclose further details.
ABC7 reported that multiple firearms had been seized from Paul’s house, sharing images of a rifle leaning against a hot tub on his property.
“The affidavit in support of the search warrant has been sealed by a judge and I am therefore prohibited from commenting on the nature of the investigation,” an FBI spokesperson said in a statement.
“No arrests are planned,” the spokesperson added. It was unclear whether property had been seized at Paul’s house.
In a video shared by TMZmultiple vehicles were shown carrying about two dozen camouflaged officers and leaving the site.
In July, Paul organized a party at his home in Calabasas, where invitees did not socially distance themselves or wear masks. This enraged Calabasas mayor, Alicia Weintrub, cited the growing coronavirus cases in California as a reason for her contempt.
“I was very upset that someone would hold such an outrageous meeting in our community,” Weintrub told ABC7. “We try to do everything we can to keep our numbers down and our community safe, and it does the opposite.”
Paul fought fellow YouTube personality AnEnsonGib (real name Ali Al Fakri) on DAZN in 2020 and won the fight via knockout. He also fought, unprofessional, on DAZN in 2018 as part of Logan Paul’s undercard. KSI.
This story is being updated.