Lady Gaga’s Stolen French Bulldogs Found
Gaga's Two Stolen French Bulldogs Recovered
Police in Los Angeles has reportedly recovered Lady Gaga's two stolen French Bulldogs. The dogs were stolen Wednesday evening after the star's dog walker was shot in the chest while walking Gaga's three dogs. One of the dogs managed to escape but the other two, Koji and Gustav, were abducted by the gunman and an accomplice.
Police Audio From the Night of the Shooting and Dog Abduction
Associated Press (AP) says a woman dropped off the two missing French Bulldogs at the LAPD's Olympic Community Police Station just after dusk Friday.
Lady Gaga is currently in Rome filming a movie, so her representatives and hired detectives went to the police station to confirm the dogs were Koji and Gustav. Details as to where the dogs were found have not been released.
Wednesday evening, Gaga's dog walker, Ryan Fisher, was shot in the chest by one of the abductors and rushed to a local hospital. There were two men in all. The two were in a white sedan. After shooting Fisher once in the chest, the two men sped off with Koji and Gustav. Fisher is recovering from his injuries and is expected to make a full recovery. Gaga praised Ryan for his bravery.
Gaga's Instagram Post Shortly Before the Dogs Were Returned Friday Evening
No word on whether or not Gaga paid out the $500,000 reward money.