What is this, Strijs? Ex-Liverpool found guilty of not rewarding man who finds his dog

What is this, Strijs?  Ex-Liverpool found guilty of not rewarding man who finds his dog

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.

Daniel Sturridge in action for Liverpool (Photo: Ollie Scarf / AFP)

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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.

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About the author: Sarah Gracie

Sarahis a reporter covering Amazon. She previously covered tech and transportation, and she broke stories on Uber's finances, self-driving car program, and cultural crisis. Before that, she covered cybersecurity in finance. Sarah's work has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Politico, and the Houston Chronicle.

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