Kristin Cavallari and Jay Cutler — who break up in April 2020 after 10 years of marriage — could also be reunited by a lawsuit alleging certainly one of their canine bit a cable guy.
Satellite tv for pc and cable technician Nathan Beam has filed a lawsuit towards Cavallari, 34, and Cutler, 37, over two allegedly unrestrained German Shepherds at their Tennessee dwelling. Nashville NBC affiliate WSMV-Four is reporting Beam is suing the couple for $500,000.
Beam claims that he accomplished an set up on the property in June 2020 and was getting ready to depart when one German Shepherd — he believes its identify is Kona — stood in entrance of the motive force’s facet door of his truck. He says he went to choose up one thing from the bottom to distract the animal, and alleges it then bit him on his left thumb and fingernail.
The go well with says Cavallari’s assistant then got here out, gave him a paper towel, and allegedly instructed him to depart the property. He insists he did nothing to impress the canine. (Neither Cavallari nor Cutler was dwelling on the time.)
Beam believes the celeb exes needs to be held accountable for failing to maintain their canine restrained throughout his go to. He additionally believes Cavallari is conscious that her canine might be aggressive, having beforehand referred to at least one as a “skilled killer” on Instagram.
He’s suing for damages, claiming he suffered bodily accidents and disfigurement, in addition to psychological anguish and a loss in wages.
The “Very Cavallari” star (additionally well-known for her time on MTV’s “The Hills” and “Laguna Seaside”) married former NFL quarterback Cutler in 2013. They share three youngsters: sons Camden, 7; and Jaxon, 5; and 4-year-old daughter Saylor.
Cavallari is at present relationship comic Jeff Dye. The pair have been first linked in October once they have been noticed out collectively in Chicago. A month later, the duo was seen having an “intimate” date night time in Nashville.
Web page Six has reached out to a rep for Cavallari for remark.