Lady Gaga’s dog sitter shot

Lady Gaga's dog sitter shot

The man who shot Lady Gaga’s dog sitter – and stole two of her dogs – has been accidentally released from prison.


In February 2021, dog sitter Ryan Fisher was shot while he was there Went for a walk with Lady Gaga’s three dogs. The perpetrators escaped with two dogs and recovered after a few days.

In April last year, five people were arrested in connection with the incident, three of whom were accused of robbery and attempted murder. Now one of the defendants in the case, 19-year-old James Jackson, has been wrongfully released from prison. According to NBC.

Administrative error

Jackson was released Wednesday this week after attending a court hearing. The Los Angeles state attorney’s office said Thursday that the indictment against him was dropped in court, but only replaced by a new indictment.

Several sources familiar with the trial said the documents had not been updated with information about the new indictment, which led to Jackson’s release, the Guardian wrote.

Jackson – who was said to be the man who shot Fisher – is also charged with assault with a semi-automatic firearm, and for carrying a concealed firearm in a car.

The dog sitter was shot four times in the chest but survived the attack.

employment Instagram He wrote that the hospital stay was longer than he thought, because he had to have parts of his lung removed as a result of the shots.

$500,000 reward

The two French bulldogs were Koji and Gustave who were robbed during the incident. The two recovered after a few days. A third dog, Miss Asia, escaped and was found by the police.

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Los Angeles police have previously investigated whether the robbery was motivated by a ransom demand from the artist. According to NBC, they said the perpetrators did not steal the dogs because they knew they belonged to Lady Gaga, but because the French Bulldog is a popular and expensive breed.

Gaga has offered a $500,000 reward for information that will ensure the dogs recover, but according to The Guardian, the money has yet to be paid to the woman who returned the dogs. She is not a suspect in the case.

The aristocrat himself praised the dog-sitter after the accident, calling him a hero.

A few weeks ago, nearly 300 prisoners were captured Released due to a computer error in Texas. Last year, a man accused of drugging was accidentally released from prison in Los Angeles. The man writes at large for three weeks before being arrested again NBC.

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