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Lady Gaga Not Obligated to Pay Reward for Stolen Dogs, Judge Rules

Lady Gaga Not Obligated to Pay Reward for Stolen Dogs, Judge Rules

A Los Angeles judge ruled that for the $500,000 reward after the safe return of her . The ruling comes in response to a breach of contract . She is one of the individuals charged in connection with the 2021 violent dognapping. McBride pleaded no contest to receiving stolen property related to the gunpoint robbery that left Gaga’s dog walker, Ryan Fischer, shot and severely injured.

McBride argued the reward for Lady Gaga’s stolen dogs was a “unilateral” agreement. Therefore, she contended she was entitled to the payment regardless of the circumstances. However, Judge Holly J. Fujie agreed with Gaga’s attorneys, stating that McBride — being involved in the crime — could not profit from her participation. The judge highlighted that the were directly linked to her admitted wrongdoing in the criminal case.

McBride is one of five individuals charged in the incident that occurred on February 24, 2021. On that date, Gaga’s Bulldogs — Koji and Gustav — were stolen at gunpoint. Prosecutors said the singer was not specifically targeted. The motive behind the robbery was the theft of her highly-valuable .

Gaga’s legal team swiftly moved to dismiss McBride’s case. As of now, there have been no comments from either side regarding the judge’s ruling.

Alva Thomas
Alva Thomas
Alva Thomas expert in training and caring for pet dog breeds. Whether he spending quality time with her own furry companions or contributing to websites such as Dogsbreed.org and Animalpet.com, dedicated to our canine.

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