French Montana Sued By Landscaper Over Alleged Dog Attack: Report
Written by B87FM on October 30, 2021
One other artist is dealing with authorized hassle over an alleged canine assault. Earlier this yr, Chris Brown was sued after his cleansing girl was reportedly attacked by one among his beloved canines. That case is ongoing, and as we speak (October 29), Radar On-line reported that new courtroom paperwork present that French Montana has been tacked with comparable accusations.
Montana has been having fun with his introduction into the weekend with the discharge of his new single, “I Don’t Really Care.” The report got here with an announcement that the rapper plans to launch his fourth studio album, They Received Amnesia, in simply two weeks, however sadly will him, he additionally has to take care of a lawsuit.
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In keeping with Radar, they’ve taken a take a look at the court documents filed by Jason Leyva, a reported landscaper, who was stated to have been working on the rapper’s mansion in Calabasas again in November 2019. Leyva claims that Montana’s Tibetan Mountain Canine was roaming round “freely with none type of restraint or management of a reliable particular person,” principally that means nobody was there to take care of the animal.
Leyva claims that the pup is harmful as a result of it has a historical past of attacking individuals and the landscaper believes that Montana was negligent in restraining the canine correctly.
“Defendants did not have the canine below restraint or to take every other precautions to stop the canine from attacking Plaintiff or different individuals or to warn invitees of the hazard posed by the canine,” reads courtroom paperwork. “Plaintiff has been unable, and can proceed sooner or later to be unable, to take care of his regular occupations, leading to a lack of earnings and incomes capability.”
In 2019, one other man named Daniel Banuelos also sued French Montana over a canine assault. Banuelos was reportedly on the rapper’s dwelling to put in a safety digicam when he claims Montana’s canine “violently attacked and viciously” injured him. Not solely that, Banuelos claims that Montana was encouraging the animal to behave aggressively.
Leyva is in search of unspecified damages.