American singer Lady Gaga is known for image reinventions and musical versatility and rose to fame with her debut studio album, The Fame in 2007, and its chart-topping singles Just Dance and Poker Face. She also pursued acting by playing leading roles in the miniseries American Horror Story: Hotel in 2015–2016, and 2018’s A Star is Born. She is one of the best music-selling artists, she also founded the Born This Way Foundation which is a non-profit organization aiming to empower youth, improve mental health, and prevent bullying.
The 36-year-old singer in February 2021 was brokenhearted after the singer’s bulldogs had been abducted while the dog-walker was shot during that time. According to reports, a second man who allegedly stole Lady Gaga’s dogs at the moment during which her dog-walker Ryan Fischer, who was shot was jailed Thursday after admitting to his part in the robbery.
Lady Gaga’s Bulldogs Thief Arrested, Here Are Details About The Case
Last year, Lady Gaga’s dogs, Koji and Gustav were abducted and the dog-walker was shot by attackers while Los Angeles police announced that they had charged three suspects for the incident itself as well as two others as accomplices. James Howard Jackson, Jaylin Keyshawn White, and Lafayette Whaley have been charged with attempted murder and robbery. While 19-year-old Jackson was accidentally released due to “clerical error,” he was recently arrested. The other suspect, White was involved in the second-degree robbery and had pleaded guilty and was sentenced to four years in prison at a Los Angeles court.
When the incident happened, the dog-walker Fischer was walking three French bulldogs with two among the dogs stolen in the 1500 block of North Sierra Bonita Avenue, near Sunset Boulevard. Fischer was attacked and got chest injuries and further shared on Instagram that he had suffered a collapsed lung and had to have emergency surgery. From a surveillance video, he fell to the ground in the attack, and the assailants each grabbed one dog and got back into the rear seat of the car, with the dog-walker left on the ground.
The singer offered a $500,000 reward for the return of her dogs, with Jennifer McBride, who returned the dogs two days after the incident and was charged with being an accessory after the fact and receiving stolen property. While the police stated that the dogs had been targeted because of the value of the breed on the black market.
Lady Gaga Fans Blasted At The Singer For Showing Her Concern More on Her Dogs
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While the dog-walker of Lady Gaga’s dogs was severely injured during the incident, the singer seemed to give her extra attention to the pets which made fans furious. Many fans came to Twitter and shared their opinions on the same.
Check out the tweets below.
This isn’t enough! They shot her dog walker.
— KB 💔 I❤️Animals, People Not So Much (@DogsRulex1000) August 4, 2022
You are correct!! This was attempted murder. Should have received 20 years. My mind was just thinkibg if the insurrectionists who keep getting away with it. Didn't mean to sound like I wasn't in support of more prison time.
— Becky Poston 🇺🇦🌻🏳🌈🤟🏼 (@chiweenie82) August 4, 2022
These dogs will have grandpuppies and people will still be arrested for involvement in this shit
— 𝘫𝘦𝘳𝘦𝘮𝘺 𝘭. (@Jeremy10036) August 11, 2022
what'd he take from the dogs, tho, their diamond-encrusted collars?
— Brother MuteZone (@CommonSensai) August 4, 2022
LOL. What a world. 😒
— MattMan ✌🏻🇺🇸 (@Ocala_MattMan) August 5, 2022
While the singer was concerned about her dogs, she showed her gratitude to Fischer. The 36-year-old singer was in Italy filming a movie at the time of the shooting and had praised the dog-walker stating that he risked his life “to fight for our family. You’re forever a hero.”