Four years in prison for one of the captors of the star’s dogs

One of the kidnappers who was part of the group who assaulted Lady Gaga’s dog sitter to kidnap the singer’s dogs was sentenced to four in prison.

One of the three men accused of violently assaulting an employee of Lady Gaga to remove the star’s dogs was sentenced to four years in prison on Wednesday August 3 in Los Angeles (United States).

Jaylin Keyshawn White, 20, has pleaded guilty to theft, admitting to being part of the group that shot Ryan Fischer while he was walking the three French bulldogs in Hollywood in February 2021.

gunshot wound to the chest

CCTV footage showed two men getting out of a car near the artist’s employee, before shooting him in the chest. The individuals then seized two of the dogs, Koji and Gustav, fleeing by removing Ryan Fischer on the ground, bleeding.

The third dog, Miss Asia, had run away but then returned to snuggle up next to her walker. Lady Gaga had offered a reward of 500,000 dollars for the return of her French bulldogs.

A woman had brought them back, saying she had found them tied to a post, before being arrested in turn. According to the police, she had a relationship with the father of one of the attackers and had been responsible for collecting the reward on their behalf.

The three suspects were eventually charged with attempted murder and robbery in April 2021. One of them, who fired the shot, was mistakenly released in April, following an administrative error.

another attacker still at large

Authorities have since searched for James Howard Jackson, and offered up to $5,000 in rewards for information leading to his capture.

The interpreter of “Poker Face” and “Bad Romance” is particularly attached to her dogs, who frequently accompany her at public events and of which she publishes photos on social networks.

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