Jennifer Lopez can’t keep her dog on a leash

Lisa Wilson, a flight attendant on board a private flight to Burbank, alleges that Jennifer Lopez’s “vicious” German Shepherd attacked her leg causing her to fall down, hurting her back in the process. She is now suing J.Lo because her back was so bad she had to undergo surgery and now can no longer work. Lisa insists the singer is liable for all injuries because she “should have known the dog had vicious propensities” and muzzled it.

Wilson says Lopez boarded a Gulfstream IV jet at Republic Airport in Farmingdale, L.I., with Floyd, a German shepherd described in the manifest as “a well-behaved guard dog.”

Just in case, Wilson, of Mary Esther, Fla., says in the court papers, Lopez gave her some instructions on how to act around Floyd.

But the suit alleges that 90 minutes into the flight, Wilson walked past Floyd, and he responded by “attacking her and biting her pant leg.”

In an attempt to get away, Wilson says she “twisted and fell,” injuring her lower back so badly she had to undergo surgery last year and no longer can work – “at great economic loss.”

Whatever. You’d know if a German Shepherd attacked you because you’d have bite marks on your leg. It was probably playing around trying to hump her.

Jennifer is an idiot too. Her dumb ass doesn’t need a guard dog. It needs a priest. Every time I see pictures of Jennifer there’s this creepy looking demon standing next to her.

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13 years ago

Did the flight attendant have a MRI done of her spine? It is just too soon to be able to say she will never work again, and even then, there is no way she stands to lose $5 million in lost wages, a flight attendants career wages would not come up to that amount. A feasible calculation would be to take her yearly earnings and multiply it by the number of years she has left until retirement from her “flight attendant” career, which would NOT be age 65…how many 65 year old flight attendants do you ever see on an… Read more »

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