The channel received a single "strike" in response to a video it posted about David Hogg, a 17-year-old Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student who has publicly advocated for gun reform in the wake of surviving the February 14 massacre, CNN reported.
YouTube's community guidelines say if the account receives one more strike in a three-month period, it will not be able to post new content for two weeks.
The falsely re-captioned video reached #1 on YouTube's trending videos list and stayed there until it was removed from the site, apparently manually rather than systemically.
Jones has been criticized in the past as a conspiracy theorist promoting untrue hypotheses about events like the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012, in which 26 students and staff members were killed.
The term refers to people who are paid to play disaster victims in emergency drills.
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Earlier in the week, YouTube condemned a similar video branding Mr Hogg a crisis actor - one of its most popular videose.
A New York Times piece examining the weird instance which, sadly, remains common, revealed that the poster's further commentary on the video explicitly stated that those who spoke out in favor of gun control were "crisis actors".
The survivor said it was "disturbing" to hear he was being accused of being an actor.
Conspiracy claims have spread across Facebook and Twitter and commentators have made jokes and claimed students are being "used" by anti-Trump press. "It's unbelievable to me that people are saying this", he said.