Lady Gaga is following up on her promise and paying the good samaritan who found her two French Bulldogs and turned them over to authorities.
The ‘Poker Face’ singer posted a statement in the past 48 hours promising to pay anyone $500,000 for the safe return of her puppies regardless of how they came across the animals, “no questions asked.”
Well, turns out a woman found the two dogs, ‘Koji and Gustav’ tied to a pole in a Los Angeles alley.
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According to multiple reports, LAPD detectives believe the woman who found the dogs is NOT connected to the robbery in any way and just happened upon the animals. BTW, the dogs were found miles away from the scene of the crime.
Luckily, the lady recognized the two bulldogs from all the media attention and emailed Lady Gaga’s staff after seeing the address online. As we reported, the woman met the singer’s staff and detectives at the Olympic Station last night.
Plus, the good news, law enforcement says the doggies are totally fine and were uninjured in the brutal attack.
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As for the massive reward, Lady Gaga’s team says she will “gladly” pay half a million dollars to the good samaritan for finding her furry family members.
As you can imagine, the singer — who is in Italy shooting a movie — was crying tears of joy when she heard the pooches were found safe and sound.
LAPD is still searching for the two suspects who shot and injured Gaga’s dog walker and are currently combing the area where the dogs were found for surveillance footage.
Here is the description of the two men:
Suspect-1– is described as a male black, 20-25 years of age, blond dreadlocks, wearing a black hoodie, and armed with a semi-automatic handgun.
Suspect-2 — is further described as a male black, 20-25 years of age, wearing dark clothing.