Graphic new surveillance video shows the moment Lady Gaga’s dog walker was shot while fighting to stop two armed robbers from stealing two of the singer’s beloved French bulldogs.
The video from a neighbor’s home shows a four-door white sedan pull up to dog walker Ryan Fischer and two men exiting the back seat of the vehicle with a gun drawn.
“Give it up! Give it up,” one of the men demands repeatedly as Fischer is heard howling in protest.
“Help me! Help me! No!,” Fischer screams as he refuses to willingly hand over the dogs and at one point appears to call for one of the dogs, Koji, by name.
One of the robbers then shoots Fischer at close range, and the thieves pile back into the car with Koji and another of Gaga’s dogs, Gustav, before the driver sped away.
The third bulldog, Miss Asia, is seen running back to Fischer as he lay on the ground, calling out for help.
“Help me, I’ve been shot,” Fischer wails in the dramatic video.
Los Angeles Police have confirmed the shooting took place around 9:40 p.m. local time Wednesday on N. Sierra Bonita Ave. just north of Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood.
“That street isn’t known for shootings,” so there’s a suspicion the incident may have been “targeted,” with the suspects aware of who owned the canines, one police source said.
Video from KABC showed Fisher still clinging to Miss Asia as first responders arrived on the scene.
The unidentified male suspects were seen fleeing the scene in a white vehicle.
Gaga, 34, was in Italy at the time of the incident.
The Grammy and Oscar-winning “Poker Face” singer is offering a $500,000 reward for the dogs — Koji and Gustav — to be returned, and can be contacted at KojiandGustav@gmail.com, People reported.