Jason Ethier, better known as JayStation, is a former controversial Canadian vlogger who gained prominence for his fake prank videos on the video-sharing website YouTube. Originally beginning his YouTube career in 2015, he deleted his account after it was demonetized by YouTube after he was arrested on five accounts of trespassing by Ottawa police. That same month, Ethier then re-started on YouTube under the channel name ImJayStation, re-uploading all of his content except the ones relating to his trespassing. In 2020, he was criticized for a video in which he faked the death of his girlfriend Alexia Morano to increase views on the platform. He was later arrested for assault and assault with a weapon, and is due to appear in Toronto's Old City Hall on March 16, 2020. In February 2020, following the demonetization of his videos and criticism from the YouTube community, Ethier apologized for his past errors and announced his departure from the platform.
YouTube phenomenon well known for his 24 hour challenge videos where he sneaks into homes and businesses, staying in such places overnight. His name is Jason Ethier but he is best known on YouTube as JayStation.
He launched his original channel in June of 2015.
His original JayStation channel had earned 475,000 subscribers before being shut down. He continued to create content on the ImJayStation channel, which has 5 million subscribers.
He has a sister named Jacqueline Ethier.
He has done one of his overnight challenges with Moe Sargi.
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