In a turbulent event last night, Lady Gaga’s French bulldogs were stolen and the dog-walker was shot in Hollywood, Los Angeles. According to the reports, the dog-walker was walking three dogs of Lady Gaga at the time of the incident, one of the dogs escaped, and was later recovered.

When police arrived at North Sierra Bonita Avenue, the dogs were gone and there were blood spots on the ground. The dog-walker was immediately shifted to the hospital, where his condition is said to be critical. He has received bullets in the heart and lungs.

According to the victim, a White Nissan Altima pulled over and demanded him to hand over the dogs at gunpoint. When he resisted, he was shot by one of the suspects. Later they drove away with two dogs, while one dog managed to escape.

The Los Angeles Police Department is searching for the man who “fired a gunshot from an unknown location and struck the victim” across the famous Sunset Boulevard on Wednesday night around 9:40 pm.

Lady Gaga’s French bulldogs stolenLady Gaga who is currently in Rome, shooting for her next Ridley Scott film, Gucci, has reportedly announced a reward of $500,000 for recovering the dogs’ named Koji and Gustav. An email address [email protected] has been made exclusively for people to send tips about the dogs.

French bulldogs are a notoriously difficult breed. This is the reason why they are hugely popular and in demand. The price tag of a puppy can range anywhere between $2000-$10,000. The attack was because of Lady Gaga’s celebrity status or it was the breed in question; the answer is yet to be found.

Lady Gaga whose real name is Stefani Germanotta shot to fame after releasing her album “The Fame” back in 2008. She is considered one of the biggest pop stars in the world. She has won 11 Grammy Awards in her illustrious career. She stepped into Hollywood with her Oscar Award-winning movie “A Star is Born” co-starring Bradley Cooper.

Lady Gaga is known to be highly protective of her pet dogs. The dog which escaped is named as Miss Asia, and it also has an Instagram account. Her dogs accompanied her to the 2017 Super Bowl halftime show and to the American Music Awards. She has offered huge prize money for recovering her dogs.