Lady Gaga’s Dogs Are Stolen After Her Dog Walker Is Shot-A $500,000 Reward Is Being Offered



Lady Gaga is currently out in Rome working on a new film, and unfortunately, she received the news that two of her French Bulldogs have been stolen after her dog walker was shot while walking them last night.

According to TMZ, law enforcement sources revealed that the dog walker had three of Gaga’s French Bulldogs out in Hollywood Wednesday night when he was approached by a gunman. The gunman shot the dog walker and was able to get away with Gaga’s dogs Koji and Gustav.

Law enforcement sources continued to reveal to the site that despite conflicting reports, all three of her dogs were being walked at the time, and when the incident occurred, the gunman took two of the dogs, while the third dog ran away and was later recovered.

Lady Gaga’s bodyguard with one of the dogs after it was recovered. (Backgrid)

 

The dog walker is expected to fully recover, and sources close to Gaga reportedly told the site that she is upset about the situation and is offering $500,000 for the return of her dogs with no questions asked. The email address, [email protected], was also provided to collect the reward.

TMZ reports that law enforcement is not sure if Gaga’s dogs, in particular, were the intended targets seeing as how French Bulldogs are pretty expensive. A source told the site, they aren’t sure if the gunman realized that the dogs belong to Lady Gaga.

At the moment, the gunman still has not been caught.

 

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TSR STAFF: Jade Ashley @Jade_Ashley94





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