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15 Jan

The Pauls were in every way a typical middle-class American family.

Both hyperactive boys played football from a young age.

"I didn't know the difference between a manager and an agent.

But I got here and just started hustling and meeting anyone I could." (not much of a stretch as it revolved around a couple of teenagers who make it big with funny online videos).

But that didn't harm a single person." His is not the face of a teen idol.

Lantern-jawed and nose askew, his hair a frizzy peroxided mop, if anything Jake Paul is a poster child for bratty little-brotherdom.

You’re idolizing a false prophet who’s molding you into a bad person if you start to think the way they think,” Cyrus said.

Paul and his posse responded by ambushing the reporter with a T-shirt cannon, climbing on the roof of the KTLA van, then mocking the reporter's unremarkable shoes (a callback to a popular 2015 meme). "But," adds Paul, rallying to mount his own defense, "we're not even that loud.

The other families on the block, mostly established pros working in the entertainment industry, are currently mulling a class-action lawsuit against the internet star in yet another ugly L. Like, yes, we had a furniture fire get out of control in our backyard one time.

Jake was a bit of a class clown, but "wasn't the crazy kind of obnoxious kid that doesn't shut up," he notes.

In 2007, when he was 10 and his brother 12, his dad gave the boys a video camera. "We started recording videos around our house, like doing dumb stuff," recalls Jake. Then we found out about You Tube and fell in love with it and started uploading our videos." And so it went for the next few years, during which the brothers developed a following that numbered in the dozens. There's really nothing else to do in Ohio." By the time Jake was 17, he and his brother both had developed such a large Vine following that brands like Burger King were offering them lucrative sponsorships.