Lady Gaga's dog walker shot by gunman, singer's Lady Gaga's dog walker was shot and two of the singer's French bulldogs were stolen in Hollywood during an armed robbery, police said. The singer is offering a $500,000 reward. The incident took place on North Sierra Bonita Avenue when the victim Ryan Fischer was walking the dogs. Gaga who is currently shooting for a film in Italy, unfortunately couldn’t be here when the incident took place. According to the police, the suspect fled the scene in what looked like a white Nissan vehicle. After the incident, Paramedics arrived at the scene and soon after Fischer was rushed to the hospital. While the 30-year-old victim was being treated, Gaga’s representatives came forward to say the do walker is recovering. Eyewitnesses came forward upon hearing the news and described the incident to ABC7. "I saw a white car with doors open and a gunshot. I immediately ran," said one bypasser.
An LAPD spokesperson pointed out how other thefts of French bulldogs are also reported in the area, considering how valuable the dog breed is. This point suggested that the singer might not be a specific target in this situation. Gaga’s dogs have their own fan following as the singer often posts pictures of them on her social media. Fans are hoping Koji and Gustav return back to their rightful owner. An email address for tips, KojiandGustav@gmail.com, has been set up. The singer is currently in Rome to film a movie. French bulldogs can cost thousands of dollars. A woman in San Francisco was beaten in January at gunpoint, and three men stole her gray French bulldog puppy named Chloe, police said. Gaga has remained among the biggest pop stars in the world since breaking through with her 2008 album “The Fame,” known as much for her shape-shifting persona on stages and red carpets as for her danceable music and powerful vocal pipes. She has won 11 Grammy Awards, headlined Super Bowl halftime and has now also become a bona fide Hollywood star after co-starring in 2018’s “A Star is Born” with Bradley Cooper and winning an Oscar.