Lady Gaga is grateful that her dog was being taken care of and her pet was restored.
According to People magazine, referring to the source Gaga. “I got the news for the first time” on Friday that Ryan Fischer, walking her dog, was “okay” and that her dog was returned. Fischer was shot last week because her two French Kochi and Gustave were stolen.
“She was so grateful and grateful,” a source said of Gaga, who arrived in Rome to work on Ridley Scott’s “House of Gucci” before filming.
The insider added that Gaga was “worried” and “very sorry” about the entire situation.
“[When] She received some bad news from Los Angeles. She was devastated. She is worried about her friends and dogs. It was a terrible start to a work trip in Italy. “Said the source.
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When news of the dire situation, a source noted to the outlet that 34-year-old Gaga “stayed in her hotel room” and continued “hoping everything would work” while offering money. $ 500,000 reward for assistance
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Fischer was walking three dogs of Gaga – Gustav Kochi and Asia – in Los Angeles last week when he was assaulted and shot, while Gustav and Co. Chi was stolen
On Monday, Fischer silenced and provided positive updates on his health following the attacks on social media.
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“Four days ago, while a car drove off and the blood pouring from my gun-fired wounds, a trotting angel laid next to me,” Fischer wrote in a long message. “My panicking screams calmed me down as I looked at her, although it registers that the blood that gathered around her little was mine. I raised Asia as best I could, thank you.” For all the incredible adventures we spent together, sorry. That I could not protect her brothers and sisters, and then decided that I would still try to help them… and myself. ”
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Fischer explained that he “Still in recovery,” but there is a “close call to death”.
“I am humbled and grateful that the attention and attention from the police is enough to keep Kochi and Gustave back safe, and I know they are committed to bringing these criminals and trying to kill. The murderer went to justice. I am grateful for everything you do next, ”he continues.
Fox News’ Jessica Napoli contributed to this report.