Woman Convicted In Theft Of Lady Gaga’s Dogs Sues For $500,000 Reward: “You Said No Questions Asked”

Law & Crime reports:

A woman charged in connection with the violent theft of Lady Gaga’s French bulldogs is suing the star singer for the reward money, alleging that the superstar broke a promise to give $500,000 for the safe return of her dogs. Jennifer McBride, 52, was one of five people charged in connection with the Feb. 24, 2021 theft of two of the pop star’s three French bulldogs.

McBride was reportedly in a relationship with the father of one of the men in the car with Jackson during the violent theft. She was charged with being an accessory after the fact to attempted murder and pleaded no contest in December to to one count of receiving stolen property. She was sentenced to two years of probation.

According to the lawsuit, McBride has suffered “pain and suffering, mental anguish, and loss of enjoyment of life.” She is seeking not only the $500,000 reward money but additional damages “no less than” $1.5 million.

Read the full article. The attempted murder charge came from the shooting of Gaga’s dog walker during the theft. The shooter was sentenced to 21 years in December 2022.