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A clip of YouTuber Austin McBroom coaching his wife on what to say is circulating online in what appears to be unedited vlog footage

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 28 days ago

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The Ace Family channel posted, then quickly deleted, a video on their channel.
  • Footage of the Ace Family has been circulating online, and it appears to be an unedited vlog clip.
  • It shows Austin McBroom coaching his wife, Catherine Paiz, on what to say.
  • The couple have been embroiled in legal disputes over the past year.
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The YouTube family vloggers the Ace Family are facing backlash after footage of what appears to be an unedited vlog circulated online.

The footage was first reuploaded at 9 p.m. ET on Thursday on multiple channels . Insider was unable to confirm when or if the footage was first posted by the Ace Family.

Austin McBroom, Catherine Paiz, and their three children have been the stars of vlogs on YouTube since the channel was created in 2016. The family, which has 19 million subscribers, posts vlogs of themselves living their daily lives in a supermansion in California.

"So what do you want to say," Paiz says to McBroom, who then instructs her to end the vlog, saying their 1-year-old son, Steel, "is now up." Paiz responds, "I know, I get it."

Paiz then goes on to talk about how their new dog Ace had "nibbled" on Steel while the family was outside.

"No, we don't show his face. Just say we will show them a picture of what it looks like," McBroom says after Paiz tries to show Steel on camera. Steel has no obvious marks or blemishes in the video.

A video was uploaded to their channel on Thursday afternoon with the title "OUR NEW DOG BIT OUR BABY! **SCARY MOMENT**," which includes 20 seconds of the leaked footage . There was no reference or footage of McBroom coaching Paiz on what to say in the new video, but the pair were wearing the same clothing.

On Twitter, a clip of McBroom responding to their new dog when it started to lightly bite on his hand prompted users to suggest he had been "hitting" the puppy.

This isn't the first time the Ace Family has appeared to upload an unedited vlog. In October , the channel posted a "day in the life" video. In it, McBroom appeared to rehearse his introduction before yelling at Paiz that his hair looks messed up. "I'm not feeling it like this, so just go," he said.

At the time, Paiz addressed the clip on Twitter, writing: "Austin and I get frustrated with each other sometimes it's called marriage."

The pair are also dealing with legal troubles. In June, McBroom headlined and produced a boxing event with his company Simply Greatness Productions and LiveXLive, which are now suing each other after the event failed to live up to financial expectations.

In July , Paiz was accused in a legal complaint of staging a "coup" on the company TBL Cosmetics, which she had partnered with to create a skin-care line. That same month, Dirt reported that the pair faced foreclosure on their $15 million Los Angeles mansion after failing to make mortgage payments. In a July Instagram post asking about the rumors, Paiz said that "all the false narratives and untrue rumors have been a blessing in disguise, they made me appreciate how blessed I am and get closer to God I feel so alive."

The Ace Family did not immediately return a request for comment.

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quica flores
28d ago

for the life of me I don't understand the fascination. with watching videos of strangers doing mundane day to day things, go live your own life, stop making these weirdos rich

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donny hamilton
28d ago

People really subscribe to that mess. That mean people must hate the life they living to put they watching someone else live

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Danyale Nixon
28d ago

I don’t like them for other reasons but he is barley hitting the dog… people find anything to complain about

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