- One of the hunters who grabbed Lady Gaga’s dogs has been sentenced to four years in prison.
- Jaylin Keyshawn White was one of five people charged in the high-profile robbery.
- Gaga’s walker, Robert Fischer, was shot and two of the singer’s French bulldogs were seized.
A member of the gang involved in grabbing Lady Gaga’s dogs and shooting her dog walker has been sentenced to four years in prison.
Jaylin Keyshawn White, now 20, pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree robbery on Wednesday, per Agence France-Presse.
White admitted to being part of a group that attempted to stab Lady Gaga’s walker, Ryan Fisher, while out and about in Hollywood in February 2021.
Fisher was shot and two of the singer’s three dogs were stolen in the incident, which took place along Sierra Bonita Blvd.
Fisher spoke of how he had a “very close brush with death” as a result of the attack.
The men then fled in their car with two of Gaga’s three dogs. The third bulldognamed Miss Asia, was recovered by the police.
The The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office announced in April 2021 that five people had been charged with the crime.
At the time, three people – White, James Jackson and Lafayette Whaley – were charged with attempted murder, conspiracy to commit robbery and second-degree robbery.
Meanwhile, Harold White was charged with possession of a firearm and being an accessory to the shooting, while Jennifer McBride was charged with one count of being an accessory after the fact.
Per the Los Angeles TimesMcBride had left the stolen dogs at a police station, claiming she had “found” them.
Last month, the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department mistakenly released Jackson from custody. Jackson was awaiting trial after being charged with attempted murder, but was released “due to a clerical error.”
CBS reported on Thursday that Jackson had been rearrested.