January 22, 2022

The Queens County Citizen

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The former soccer player had to pay $ 38,500 for the lost dog

The former soccer player had to pay $ 38,500 for the lost dog

A former soccer player has been ordered to pay 22 22,400 (approximately $ 38,500 Canadian) to anyone who claims to have found his dog.

Former Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has offered a $ 30,000 reward for anyone who finds a Pomeranian dog named Lucy stolen in 2019 from his Los Angeles residence.

However, the BBC reports that rapper Foster Washington, known as Killa Fame, returned the dog to his owner without paying.

Court documents reported by English media show that the Los Angeles court ruled in favor of Foster Washington.

The rapper won by default because the former soccer player did not respond to the complaint.

In a December 25 Twitter post, Daniel Sturridge sheds light on the events and mentions that he offered a gift to a young man who brought his dog and took photos with him.