Even although Lady Gaga and her two French bulldogs have reunited, the singer and actress remains to be very a lot ‘freaked out’ over the entire kidnapping incident! As chances are you’ll know, the star’s canine walker was shockingly shot by somebody earlier than they took the pups named Gustav and Koji.
In the meantime, one girl has turned the canine in at a police station following Gaga’s pleas to get them again on social media and her huge $500,000 reward.
But, no matter the truth that she has them each again now, Lady Gaga remains to be coping with the shock and trauma of all of it.
One insider shared by way of HollywoodLife that Lady Gaga was terrified to see her canine walker, Ryan Fischer, get shot within the chest.
‘Gaga is absolutely freaked out over what happened to Ryan and her dogs. She treats anyone who works for her like family and Ryan is no exception. Her dogs are like her children and she’s shaken up. She doesn’t really feel this was random and that’s scary for her,’ the supply instructed the information outlet.
They added that she is now ‘taking every precaution to ensure [it] doesn’t occur once more. She’s a really quiet, non-public particular person so it is a lot for her to cope with proper now. She’s simply been in a state of shock over this whole factor. It’s been a nightmare for her. The indisputable fact that Ryan can be OK and the canine are again safely along with her is a miracle that she didn’t assume would occur, so she’s very grateful and grateful, however she’s nonetheless scared.’
Ryan was taking good care of the pets whereas the star was in a foreign country for work functions.
That being stated, whereas strolling them at round 9:40 p.m. just a few days in the past, two males in a white Nissan Altima pulled up on him, attempting to steal the canine.
As the walker put up a struggle, doing his finest to attempt to cease them, one of many attackers pulled out a gun and simply shot Ryan within the chest earlier than lastly getting the beloved pets.
The scary assault was caught on surveillance cameras.