Lady Gaga’s dog walker, who was shot by thieves who snatched the star’s French bulldogs, has reportedly moved out of his house to be someplace “protected and safe,” fearing the perpetrators who remain at large weeks after the assault.
Ryan Fischer, 39, has no plans to return to his apartment after being ambushed close by on a stroll with the pop icon’s pooches in West Hollywood on Feb. 24, the Solar reported Wednesday.
“He hasn’t been dwelling at his house since leaving the hospital, he has been with household who’re serving to to take care of him throughout his restoration,” an insider instructed the outlet.
“Everybody in the neighborhood was shook by what occurred and we’ve been instructed he has no intention of returning. He desires to be someplace protected and safe, particularly when the shooter remains to be at large and police are investigating.”
Police stated two brutes shot Fischer within the chest and left him for lifeless as they took off with Gaga’s pups Koji and Gustavo.
The kidnapped pooches had been later discovered unhurt.
In the meantime, Fischer has confronted a rocky street to restoration that required half of his lung to be eliminated after it saved collapsing.
He was lastly discharged from the hospital on March 29.
No arrests have been made within the case and the motive stays unclear.