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Greg Paul Sex Tape Leak

Added 5 years ago by Matt • Updated 6 months ago by Don
Added 5 years ago by Matt • Updated 6 months ago by Don

Greg Paul Sex Tape Leak
Greg Paul Sex Tape Leak
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Greg Paul Sex Tape Leak refers to an email hack of the father of YouTubers Jake and Logan Paul, Greg. The emails feature several sexually explicit videos of a man and women engaging in sexual acts; however, they have not been yet verified to be of Greg Paul.


On September 8th, 2018, Greg Paul posted a video on Instagram[3] in which he said that he had been hacked. He captioned the video, "I THANKED MY HACKER AND I WANT TO HIRE HIM!" In the video (shown below), he said, "But dude, if you’re out there, reach out to me. The guy still has my AOL account. Give back my AOL account. Include your information there, because I want to hire you. We can use your smarts and skillsets in a positive way and probably make you a shit ton of legit money."

On September 14th, the Twitter account @e_lords, also known as "Digital Gangsters," published four videos that feature a man and woman having sex, as well as an email sent by Pam Stepnick, Logan and Jake's mother. The account has since been suspended (screenshot below).[1]

Digital Gangsters @e lords Follow @jakepaul @LoganPaul Greg hasn't beer very good aaP ol Maila Cant 3:20 PM 14 Sep 2018


Online Reaction

That day, YouTuber Keemstar published a DramaAlert video to discuss the leak. In the video (shown below), he alleges that "these hackers said that Greg Paul had, you know, inappropriate images of underage girls and they were about to expose it." However, the age and identity of the people in the hacked videos is unclear. Within three days, the Keemstar video received more than 2.7 million views.

While the photos posted were blurred, people online claimed that the bedspread and headboard shown in the video could also been seen in an Instagram post by Greg Paul (shown below).[2]

On September 16th, Redditor [5] SlapACrow posted a screenshot of a Digital Gangsters tweet (shown below, right). They titled the thread "Go follow digital gangsters on twitter so he’ll release all the proof of Greg Paul’s sextapes."

gregpaul63 . Follow gregpaul63 VEGAS IS snoring away and as content as can be! Rescue pups are awesome! #rescuedog #rescuefirst #pitbull 23,746 likes JUNE 13, 2017 Add a comment... #8 i AT&T 9:22 PM Digital Gangsters 59 Tweets Tweets Tweets & replies Media Likes DISCOR Discord Free voice and text chat for gamers Digital Gangsters @e lords 30m Next video at 5k :) #nsfw

Digital Gangsters (@e_lords) Statement

Speaking to The Daily Dot, [1] the Digital Gangsters explained why they hacked Paul. They said:

We wanted to see how far we could go [with the hack]. We obviously got pretty far. We don’t really like him. We don’t like the Paul’s. We don’t really like him. We don’t like the Paul’s.

We’ve got a lot of stuff we’re going to keep releasing in the coming weeks This is happening no matter what.

Additionally, according to The Daily Dot, they had reached out to Paul after he posted the job offer, but "backed away when he said he wanted them to sign contracts."

Media Coverage

Several media outlets covered the leak, including Newsweek, The Daily Dot, Perez Hilton[4] and more.

Search Interest

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