Lady Gaga Sued by Woman Who Returned Her Pets for Not Paying $500,000 Reward

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Lady Gaga is being sued by a woman who returned her stolen dogs to her, claiming the singer failed to compensate her with the promised reward.

Gaga’s French bulldogs, Koji and Gustav, were stolen in 2021 when two people attacked her dog walker, Ryan Fischer, on a Los Angeles sidewalk, shooting him as they snatched her pets.

The violent dognapping generated international headlines, but the saga concluded with her gaining back possession of the animals.

At the time, the singer and actress offered a $500,000 reward for their safe return. She stipulated there would be “no questions asked.”

Jennifer McBride, who was one of five people charged in the theft of two French bulldogs, sued Gaga — whose legal name is Stefani Germanotta — on Friday, claiming she did not receive the half-million-dollar reward.

The plaintiff, who returned the dogs, also wants $1.5 million in damages, according to an eight-page lawsuit filed in the Los Angeles County Superior Court.

NBC News reported McBride pleaded no contest after she was charged with two counts of receiving stolen property over her role in the pet heist.

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