Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler now have another legal case to deal with besides their ongoing divorce after a cable and satellite installer is suing the ex-couple claiming he was attacked by their dog.
According to legal documents, a man named Nathan Beam sued the couple in Williamson County, Tennessee court claiming he was the victim of a dog bite by the ex-couple’s German Shepard in June of 2020.
In the lawsuit, Beam admits the couple wasn’t home at the time of the dog bite, but Kristin’s personal assistant was on the property and failed to “restrain” the animals.
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In the filing, the man says he is a cable and satellite installer who was working at the couple’s home doing a “new install.”
Once the installation was completed, the man claims one of the dogs — named Kona — blocked the driver’s side door of his truck and when he went down to pick something up, the dog big his thumb and fingernail holding on for “several seconds.”
At the time, the installer claims the assistant handed him a paper towel and told him to leave the property immediately. He claims the injuries to his had were severe.
The lawsuit is seeking damages claiming the cable man was left with “visible disfigurement” and “serious, painful, disabling and permanent bodily injuries.” In the end, he says he suffered by physically and mentally.
As for why the two stars are at fault if they weren’t home at the time — Beam claims it was their responsibility to “keep their dogs under reasonable control at all times and to keep their dogs from running at large.” Interestingly, the lawyer, in this case, pointed out that Cavallari knew the animals were dangerous — citing social media posts with the dogs using the hashtags “#TrainedKiller” and “#DontMessWithThisCrew.”
In the documents, Beam is asking for damages for “bodily injury, medical expenses, future medical expenses, permanent impairment, pain and suffering, disfigurement and scarring, emotional distress, loss of wages, loss of enjoyment of life, and other related compensatory damages.”