YouTube did not announce any restrictions nor additional scrutiny of Paul's future videos.
The report comes just after YouTube confirmed it was removing Logan Paul from the Google Preferred group, which could reportedly slash his ad revenue by 50 percent.
Paul was removed from Google Preferred, a premier ad service that offers brand advertisers access to top YouTube producers.
Going in to film the "haunted" forest, they come across a man's body and are shocked but also make jokes.
How much is this likely to cost Paul?
YouTube also asks other video creators who build their community on YouTube to be more responsible while posting anything on the platforms as they say - "We expect more of the creators who build their community on @YouTube, as we're sure you do too".
Paul went silent on January 4 after posting an apologies to both YouTube (which was initially labeled as a monetized video) and Twitter, and has not issued a public response to YouTube's punishment. Logan Paul, a YouTube creator with 15 million subscribers, has been removed from Google's Preferred ad platform. And it said his new videos are no longer being published.
YouTube's own wording calls it a way for companies to "share their messages alongside some of the most engaging and brand safe content on YouTube".
Paul apologised in the wake of the controversy, describing the video as a "severe and continuous lapse in my judgement", and has since announced he is taking a break from vlogging to take "time to reflect".
Aside from his videos, Paul makes money from sponsored social media posts and merchandise - and it's worth noting that his apology video has racked up almost 40 million views. The company acknowledged this, saying: "You're right to be [frustrated]".
In its open letter, YouTube expressed that it was equally "upset" by Paul's video.
To brush up, YouTube's guidelines specifically states that "it's not okay to post violent or gory content that's primarily meant to be shocking, sensational, or disrespectful".