No, Lady Gaga did not abandon the walker of her dogs after the armed robbery of which he was the victim.
It was Ryan Fischer himself who wanted to defend the singer, accused of having let go of the one who had, at the risk of his life, tried to save the animals while they were being kidnapped in the streets of Los Angeles.
Last August, Ryan Fischer launched a fundraiser on the GoFundMe community site, announcing that he had run out of income and was on his own to deal with the trauma of his injuries.
While trying to save the artist's bulldogs, he had suffered several bullets in the chest and had to undergo a partial removal of a lung.
What feed all the rumors around the supposed selfishness of his illustrious employer.
But according to Ryan Fischer, Lady Gaga is not to blame.
“Everyone thought I was blaming someone, when it was just love.
That's what happens with trauma - all your loved ones, all your family, everyone: you feel lonely… ”he told
However, Ryan Fischer's assistant told the publication that Lady Gaga had not been really exemplary since the assault. The star was in Italy to shoot
House of Gucci
at the time of the kidnapping, and since her return, neither she nor her team have really kept their commitments, according to Elisha Ault. "They backed him up from afar - there were a lot of assertive words, like, 'Oh yeah, don't worry, we'll take care of you.' But no one really made the effort to come see him, talk to him, or get in touch with him. Ryan was more than just an employee for them. They had been friends - close friends - for years, ”she explained.
Questioned by Page Six, Lady Gaga's team declined to respond to these allegations.
As for Ryan Fischer's pot on GoFundMe, it is struggling to exceed $ 33,000, out of the 40,000 he has set himself as a goal.
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