Dog walker says Lady Gaga helped him process trauma.
Ryan Fischer, the man who walked Lady Gaga’s two French bulldogs when they were stolen and shot himself, told his side of the story in an interview with Rolling Stone. He says, among other things, that he had “a tough time after his near-death experience”, which led to him accusing the singer of not having supported him enough. He now regrets those statements.
The incident happened in February when Fischer was walking the four-legged friends and was ambushed by a pair of dog kidnappers. The dogs were stolen, and Fischer ended up injured in the hospital. Immediately afterwards, Gaga made a public appeal for her beloved animals to be returned for a high finder’s fee without further questions. The critters returned home not long after. The singer had nothing but praise for Fischer, mainly because the two had a business and a long friendly relationship. However, things went wrong after that.