Lady Gaga’s dogwalker was reportedly ‘shot in the chest four times’ while he was out with her pets on Wednesday evening, and ‘two of her French bulldogs are now believed to be missing’.
According to reports, the singer’s employee, Ryan Fischer, 30, was outside his home on Sierra Bonita Avenue in West Hollywood at around 10pm while walking Koji, Miss Asia and Gustavo, when the alleged crime took place.
When cops arrived at the scene, they are believed to have found him conscious but struggling to breathe, clutching onto the one dog he managed to keep hold of during the incident.
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Fischer had been caring for the singer’s pets, as she’s filming a movie over in Italy. So far, it is unclear if she will return to LA following the alleged incident.
Gaga’s dad, Joe Germanotta, has now shared a plea for the public’s help in finding his daughter’s missing Frenchies.
He reportedly told Fox News: “Our whole family is upset and praying Koji and Gustavo are not harmed. Help us catch these creeps.”
He added: “Horrible people in LA. Shooting someone in order to steal dogs is wrong.”
The suspects have reportedly been described as two black males who were wearing baseball caps. They are believed to have fled the scene in a white BMW and are apparently are still on the loose.
The ‘Born This Way’ singer is now offering a $500,000 reward for the safe return of her dogs.
At the time of writing, a representative of Lady Gaga was yet to comment on the alleged incident.
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