Daniel Sturridge, ex-Liverpool, FOIS doomed to pay the man who found his dog, in 2019, hereafter theft during a home invasionattacker in Los Angeles.
At the time, the player, now active in Australian football, took to social media to report the theft and appeal for help. In an ad posted by Sturridge, he promised a great reward to anyone who found the dog of the German Spitz breed.
– Somebody please help. Stolen from West Hollywood last night at 11:30. Big reward will be given. Thank you for your cooperation – wrote the attacker.
To the relief of Daniel Sturridge, the dog, named Lucy, was retrieved a few days later by musician Foster Washington (then known as Fort fame). The rapper took to the internet to arrange a refund for the player, but he never received the amount promised by the athlete.
According to the publication of British portal ‘Sky Sports’, the matter ended in court. And a Los Angeles court decided to sentence Sturridge to paying $30,000 (approximately R$170,000) to the musician. The former Liverpool has not yet commented on the matter.
– I hope he pays and does not try to appeal. I have been fighting this case for over a year now, I can’t believe it is coming to an end. When we got the dog, I thought my life would be better,” Foster told the English press.