Lady Gaga’s dogwalker claims she doesn’t feel abandoned by the stars.
A few weeks ago, Ryan Fisher, who was shot four times in his chest while walking through pop star pet poker Koji, Miss Asia, and Gustavo in West Hollywood in February, went to the GoFundMe page to raise cash for his new car. Was set. He was able to continue his sabbatical for two or six months across the United States, causing a backlash against “poker face” hit makers who seemed unable to support loyal employees.
However, Ryan claimed in the funding page and the accompanying video that he was “not liable” to anyone and felt “abandoned and unsupported” after the shoot.
He told Rolling Stone magazine: That’s what happens in trauma — you feel lonely: all your loved ones, all your family, all. You don’t feel supported because this is your journey.
“I worked hard. I tried to navigate it. I really thought about wording. It’s a weird video and a weird way to go through life. It’s not normal and I Understood it, and I really tried to navigate it as much as I could. “
He insisted that he “only had gratitude” for the pop star and her group of House of Gaga.
He added: “They are my friends. I love them. They are absolutely there for me. I just thank them all. The reason why they evolved in the media Just that’s a strange situation, but I’m very grateful for my friendship. “
However, Ryan’s assistant, Elisha Alto, claimed that the support promised by Gaga’s house did not come true.
She told the publication: “They were supportive from afar. There were many words of guarantee: Oh yeah, don’t worry about anything. We’ll take care of you.”
And when Gaga and her aides returned from Italy, where they were filming the “House of Gucci” at the time of filming, nothing changed.
Elisha said: Ryan was more than just an employee of them. They have been friends, or close friends, for many years. “
When Ryan left the sabbatical, his assistant invoiced clients, including Gaga. This was the first time she expected six months of support from her boss, but she received a text from a member of the “Star Tanjo!” Actress. A team asking what it was for.
Elisha said: Of income. “
But Ryan is trying to focus only on what he has helped.
He states: “I am very grateful for the support I have received. I am truly grateful for the care and support I have received. [victims] Many of the crimes don’t understand it, and I did, and I’m very grateful for it. “