The commercial, which was for a vape pen infused with cannabis oil, would've aired right before Jimmy Kimmel Live on Denver's ABC affiliate Tuesday evening.
Instead, the marketing company behind the spot, Cannabrand, was informed by the station that it wouldn't be running their commercial, according to a statement:
"…as ABC corporate investigates the legality of airing a 'federally illegal' substance on federal airwaves."
To their credit, Cannabrand is pretty open about the situation, also releasing a pretty optimistic take in their statement:
"We're interested to see how this all unfolds, as this is unchartered territory for the industry."
As it turns out, federal regulations involving advertisements for weed aren't that clear (who knew?!), while local laws require that marijuana commercials are only allowed to run if more than 70% of the audience involved is over 21 years old.
The YouTube celebrity posted a lengthy, emotional video revealing that she and her husband are ending their marriage.
While sharing the sad news with her over 4 million subscribers, Colleen immediately broke down, saying:
"I am dreading making this video. I'm just going to say it. Joshua and I are getting a divorce. Man, that sucks to say out loud."
But, Miz Ballinger stressed that her former flame didn't wrong her in any way, adding:
"I want to start off by saying Joshua is a wonderful man, and I am so in love with him. This has nothing to do with he's a bad person, or he did something horrible to me, or anything like that. He's a good person and I love him."
Instead, the singer clarified that they ultimately weren't a good fit together: