Lady Gaga’s dog walker was shot in the chest
Lady Gaga’s dog walker, Ryan Fischer underwent a second surgery after being shot in the chest. Ryan has recently uploaded a video of himself on his IG account. In its caption he has given his health updates to the world where he revealed that one of his lungs had reportedly collapsed. And so he was readmitted to the hospital to have portions of it removed. With the surgery done, Ficher decided to write down his emotional trauma and his health updates, which he started with the phrase “Recovery isn’t a Straight Line.”
He wrote, “And so, with the chest tube removed (which I can only equate to an alien baby extraction) and my blood oxygen stable, the journey outside to recover with loved ones began. I was prepared to quietly start a path to healing from the emotional trauma and continue on my way.”
What Happened on 24 February?
On 24 February 2020, Lady Gaga’s dog walker, Ryan Fischer was out on a stroll with her three French bulldogs Koji, Gustav, and Miss Asia when a shocking incident took place. According to the police report, two kidnappers dressed in all black clothes came out of a white sedan and asked the dog walker to give up the dogs to them to which he refused. In a span of seconds the kidnappers shot Ryan Fischer and kidnapped Koji and Gustav while the third dog Miss Asia managed to run away, however, she was later found.
During this incident, Lady Gaga was in Italy, and on hearing the news she was absolutely heartbroken. She offered $500,000 as a reward for retrieving her beloved dogs. Later the dogs were returned back by an ‘uninvolved’ woman.
During this incident Lady Gaga‘s dog walker was shot in the chest and was left on the streets in pain by the kidnappers. However, later it was revealed that Ryan’s condition was stable and he has been recovering well. While he thought everything was well, that’s when he started noticing a strange hissing and glugging sound coming from his chest every time he took a breath. He wrote, “I was whisked to the same ER where I had been only a week earlier: my lung had collapsed, and the air was filling up my chest cavity.” And so he had to undergo surgery to remove a part of his lungs.
“Along with accepting the news that I was about to be readmitted, several nurses and doctors told me how they had been in the room when I came in with my gunshot,” he continued.
Before this, Ryan Fischer expressed his appreciation to the media and police for bringing Koji and Gustav back through an Instagram post where he wrote, “Thank you. I am humbled and grateful that attention and focus from the police were enough to get Koji and Gustav back to safety, and I know they are committed to bringing these criminals and attempted murderers to justice. I am so appreciative of everything you continue to do.”