Ex Premier League star Daniel Sturridge ordered to pay £22,400 to man who found his dog



Posted Saturday, December 25, 2021 by Thesun.co.uk

FORMER Premier League star Daniel Sturridge has been ordered to pay £22,400 to a man who found his lost dog.

The former Liverpool striker, 32, said the pet was stolen from a house in Los Angeles two years ago and offered a reward for its return.

Ex Premier League star Daniel Sturridge ordered to pay £22,400 to man who found his dog
The footballer said the pet was stolen from a house in Los Angeles in 2019Credit: PA

The Pomeranian, named Lucci, was found by local musician Foster Washington who shared pictures on social media and helped reunite Sturridge with his dog.

A Los Angeles court has now ordered Sturridge to pay Foster $30,085 after it was found he did not honour the reward.

Court documents show that a default judgment was given, meaning Sturridge did not answer to the complaint.

Foster, whose rapper name is Killa Fame, said he felt "let down" by Sturridge.

He said: "Hopefully he pays up and doesn't try to appeal it.

"I'm excited about it, I've been fighting this case for over a year, I can't believe it's over.

"When we found the dog I thought my life was going to be better."

The rapper added he had yet to arrange the payment with Sturridge.

Representatives for the footballer have been contacted for comment.



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