Lady Gaga’s dog walker was shot in the chest four times by two men in Los Angeles on Wednesday night who stole two of the star’s three French bulldogs.
Ryan Fischer, 30, had been walking Gaga’s beloved dogs Koji, Miss Asia and Gustavo, in West Hollywood at around 10pm yesterday night when he was shot outside of his home on Sierra Bonita Avenue.
Police arrived to find Fischer conscious but barely breathing. He was transported to hospital in a ‘grave’ condition, officials said.
Two of Gaga’s dogs, Koji and Gustavo, were stolen. Miss Asia, meanwhile, ran away and was later recovered by police.
Two of Gaga’s dogs, Koji and Gustavo, were stolen. Miss Asia, meanwhile, was able to get away and was later recovered by police (shown above)
Gaga is pictured above with her beloved dogs Koji, Miss Asia and Gustavo. Koji and Gustavo were both stolen
Gaga’s bodyguard later picked up Miss Asia from the Hollywood LAPD Station in the hours after the shooting
Fischer had been caring for the three dogs while Gaga is away in Italy
Officers were seen swaddling Miss Asia in a blanket and placing her in the back of a police vehicle near the scene of the shooting.
Miss Asia was taken to the LAPD’s Hollywood headquarters, where she was later picked up by one of Gaga’s bodyguards.
Fischer had been caring for the three dogs while Gaga is away in Italy.
Police described the suspects in the shooting as two black males, who were wearing baseball caps.
They fled the scene northbound on Sierra Bonita Avenue in a white BMW, police said.
It’s currently unclear whether Gaga’s dogs were specifically targeted.
French bulldogs are in high demand and expensive. They typically sell for anywhere between $1,500-$3,000 on average, however those with pedigree lineage can go for as much as $10,000.
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It’s currently unclear whether Gaga’s dogs were specifically targeted
Ryan Fischer was shot four times outside of his home in West Hollywood on Wednesday night as he was walking Gaga’s three dogs
Police described the suspects in the shooting as two black males, who were wearing baseball caps