A dog larceny accomplice is suing Lady Gaga for failing to pay a $500,000 reward.

According to the accounts, Lady Gaga is being sued for breach of contract by a woman who is accused of stealing French bulldogs from the singer after being guaranteed a $500,000 payment.

Gaga, 36, allegedly stated unequivocally that she would pay the sizeable sum “no questions asked” if her pets were brought safely, according to Jennifer McBride.

The “Stupid Love” singer announced it after her purebred puppies, Koji and Gustav, were forcibly removed from her dog walker in February 2021.

On February 26, 2021, two days after they were taken, McBride reportedly gave the puppies back to Gaga at the LAPD Olympic Communities station.

In association with the theft, McBride was later charged with receiving stolen property and aiding and abetting the crime. The father of one of the attackers who assaulted Lady Gaga’s dog walker, Ryan Fischer, is rumoured to have dated her.

After pleading not guilty to one count of receiving stolen goods, McBride was given a two-year probationary period.

The sources state that McBride is seeking more than $500,000. The plaintiff is suing Gaga for $1.5 million in damages for supposedly endorsing a misleading prize.

As stated earlier, on February 24, 2021, Fischer was in Los Angeles walking three of Gaga’s dogs when he was accosted by several men who then took two of the Grammy winner’s dogs.

During the procedure, Fischer was struck in the chest and taken to the hospital.  Luckily, he survived his injuries.

James Howard Jackson, who was the main offender as determined by the police, submitted a not-guilty plea to an attempted murder charge. He ultimately got a 21-year prison sentence.

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