Failure to Appear in Los Angeles Court Regarding Money Owed for Dog’s Return
Former Liverpool and England striker Daniel Sturridge is reportedly facing legal troubles, as an arrest warrant has been issued for his failure to appear in a Los Angeles court. The warrant stems from an alleged financial dispute related to a reward offered by Sturridge for the return of his pet Pomeranian in July 2019.
According to the Daily Mail, the arrest warrant was issued after Sturridge did not attend the court proceedings concerning the money he reportedly owes to an individual claiming to have found his missing dog.
In the summer of 2019, Sturridge made a public plea for the return of his Pomeranian, offering a reward for anyone who could bring the pet back after he asserted it had been stolen from his residence. The current legal situation appears to be linked to the financial arrangements surrounding the return of the dog.
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