Sean Borg Reveals His Shock at Lady Gaga’s Dog Theft and Incident that Occured Streets From Where He and Lady Victoria Hervey Walked Their Dogs Just Days Ago.
Entertainment personality Sean Borg reveals how shocked he is over Lady Gaga’s two French bulldogs’ theft that happened on the street near where he and British model and aristocrat Lady Victoria Hervey walked their dogs just days ago.
The former FOX TV’s TMZ guy told Clout News, “I am shocked and saddened to hear of this vicious and heartless crime, he said. “I was just there walking my dogs with Lady Victoria the other day. I can’t even begin to imagine how Gaga feels. My heart goes out to her and the poor dog walker Ryan. This is a hideous and an atrocious crime,” he’d said.
According to the Los Angeles Police Department, Lady Gaga’s dog walker Ryan Fischer was shot on the 1500 block of North Sierra Bonita Avenue. Two French Bulldogs – Koji and Gustavo were taken. Just streets away from Hollywood’s famous Chateau Marmont, where Trivago guy stayed while in Los Angeles.
Borg, known for his work on the Triavgo TV advertisements, added: “I can’t believe it, this crime virtually happened right on our doorstep. I have lived in LA for almost thirty years on and off and know Sierra Bonita Avenue very well.”
“I am worried for Lady Victoria and her little terrier D’artagnan now. It’s a scary time in LA. We all walk our dogs late at night, and I often walk my dogs in the morning between 5:30am, and 6am when it’s still dark,” he said.
Lady Victoria and Sean hit the headlines earlier this week when they both caught up for the first time in a year due to the Covid-19 lockdowns. The friends were spotted leaving LA’s most iconic hotel walking the beloved canine companions – Victoria’s, a Norfolk Terrier called D’artagnan, and Sean’s Japanese Chin’s – Eli and Olive.
Sean continued, “My dogs come everywhere with me. I could not imagine being without them. I would be devastated if they were stolen from me.”
In the aftermath of the shooting, superstar Gaga — who is reportedly working in Rome, Italy this week, working on a new movie has offered a $500,000 reward for the dogs’ safe return “no questions asked.”
“I hope they catch them and lock them up for good. What is the world coming to,” Borg said.