Lady Gaga showed skin in a new no makeup photo, as seen below. Lady Gaga experienced heartache a while back when her pets were pet-napped. The pets were returned to the singer unharmed, and thankfully. Gaga, it was said, was offering a reward if the pets were returned, but apparently has not honored that pledge. Today, the woman involved in the safe return of Gaga’s pets is suing Gaga for $500,000 – perhaps rightfully so.
According to Yahoo, a woman reportedly charged in connection with the theft of Lady Gaga’s prized French bulldogs who were dognapped at gunpoint in Hollywood has sued the Gaga suggesting she was denied a $500,000 “no questions asked” reward, according to a complaint filed Friday. Gaga offered the reward for the return of her pets. That was accomplished. No reward was paid by Gaga.
Jennifer McBride was one of five co-defendants charged in connection with the theft of the prized French Bulldogs in the year of our Lord, 2021. Lady Gaga’s dog walker, Ryan Fischer, was shot and wounded.
McBride pleaded no contest in December to receiving stolen property in connection with the theft. Now, she’s accusing Lady Gaga of breach of contract, fraud by false promise and fraud by misrepresentation for not paying her the $500,000 reward.
In addition to the reward money, McBride is seeking no less than $1.5 million in damages, as well as unspecified general damages, in the eight-page complaint filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court.
McBride alleges Lady Gaga, whose real name is Stefani Germanotta, announced the $500,000 reward through the news media and on her social media accounts.https://twitter.com/PopBase/status/1632632571850035202/photo/1