A member of the gang that shot Lady Gaga’s dog walker and took her French bulldogs was given a 4-year prison term.

A dog thief who took Lady Gaga’s dogs was sentenced to four years in prison. One of the five suspects charged in connection with the well-known robbery was Jaylin Keyshawn White. Robert Fischer, Lady Gaga’s dog walker, was shot, and two of the singer’s French bulldogs were stolen. A member of the group responsible for stealing Lady Gaga’s pets and killing her dog walker was given a four-year prison sentence.

According to Agence France-Presse , Jaylin Keyshawn White, now 20 years old, entered a guilty plea on Wednesday to a charge of second-degree robbery.

White acknowledged being a part of the crew that ambushed Ryan Fischer, Lady Gaga’s dog walker, in Hollywood in February 2021.
In the incident on Sierra Bonita Avenue, Fischer was shot, and two of the singer’s three dogs were taken.
Fischer has acknowledged that the attack caused him to have a “very close call with death.”

Two males could be seen grappling with Fischer in Security footage as they jumped out of a car. Then one of the men produced a firearm and shot Fischer, seriously wounding him .

Two of Gaga’s three dogs were then driven away by the males in their automobile. The cops found the third bulldog , also known as Miss Asia.

The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office announced in April 2021 reported that five people had been accused of the crime.

White, James Jackson, and Lafayette Whaley were the three people accused at the time of one crime of attempted murder, one count of robbery conspiracy, and one count of second-degree robbery.

Jennifer McBride was charged with one count of being an accessory after the fact, while Harold White was charged with carrying a firearm and being an accessory to the shooting.

According to the Los Angeles Times , McBride claimed to have “discovered” the stolen dogs before dropping them off at a police station.

The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department unintentionally let Jackson go from custody last month. After being accused of attempted murder, Jackson was detained pending trial but was later freed “due to a paperwork error.”

Jackson’s recapture was announced by AA7 on Thursday.

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