James Howard Jackson received a 21-year prison term for shooting Mr. Ryan Fischer, Lady Gaga’s dog walker, while trying to steal the French bulldogs. The bulldogs belonged to Lady Gaga, but the five robbers including James didn’t know it, according to the police department. They only wanted to steal the french bulldogs because trading them would make them rich. But regrettably, their poor looting estimates led to their imprisonment. Jackson was unintentionally released from jail earlier this year due to a paperwork error.
Ryan Fischer was shot badly during the theft, and in a post on social media, he described it as a “very close call with death.” Fischer suffered significant lung loss, and the robbery was caught on a nearby house’s doorbell video.
Robbers Steal Lady Gaga’s Dogs After Shooting the Walker!
The critically wounded dog walker was admitted to a nearby hospital and was still under critical condition.
The male Dog Walker of Lady Gaga was shot in a robbery incident where two of Lady Gaga’s dog was stolen by the robbers. The critically wounded dog walker was admitted to a nearby hospital and was still under critical condition.
The LAPD told media that the shooter was a male robber who used a semi-automatic handgun to shoot the victim and flee towards a northbound road towards Hollywood Boulevard. The case was currently taken over by the robbery/homicide division of the Los Angeles Police Department.
The 2 stolen dogs are French Bulldogs and the incident is reported to have occurred at 9:40 PM on Wednesday in Sierra Bonita Avenue in Hollywood.
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The Fame Monster scored her first No.1 in 2011, with her single “Born This Way”. With “Shallow”, Gaga topped the chart for the fourth time and Cooper, the first time.
Shallow gained huge popularity after its success in the movie ‘A Star Is Born’ and fans being wowed by the duo’s performance in the 91st Academy Awards amidst offscreen romantic rumors that surfaced, driving the paparazzi crazy.
However, it is believed that the single scammed its way to number one making use of a fake Starbucks promotional campaign, created and circulated as an advert for the coffee chain. The ad promised a free drink voucher to Twitter users who posted a screenshot of themselves streaming the song.
Starbucks is celebrating Lady Gaga’s Oscar win with a promotion for a free drink of choice simply post a screenshot of yourself listening to “Shallow” with the hashtag, #SHALLOWBUCKS for a free drink of choice pic.twitter.com/xbBkm5DFlh
— Kaylee Gaga (@kayleedeangaga) March 1, 2019
Fans taking screenshots were instructed to add the hashtag “#Shallowbucks” to claim the fake vouchers.
The scam was claimed by an 18-year old Gaga fan after learning that it had the potential to reach number one according to a report by Buzzfeed.
I got #SHALLOWBUCKS trending 😭😭
— nico 🦇 (@fkanico) March 1, 2019