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Hollywood witnesses say man abused dog before viewers attack him

According to NBC Los Angeles, a group of onlookers stalked and beat up a man who witnesses say abused a dog in Hollywood, California on Tuesday.

Witnesses say the unidentified man tortured the dog by kicking and dragging it near Sunset Boulevard and the 101 Freeway, local reports said.

According to witnesses, the onlookers chased the man down to beat him.

One of the witnesses was actress Jena Malone, who starred in “Antebellum” and “The Neon Demon.”

Malone tweeted what she was watching.

“I’m sorry it ended in a fight but the dog would die,” Malone tweeted. “No question. I can’t imagine how much torture it had endured up to this point. And now it’s safe in a hospital. Still no word on its owner.”

Witnesses say the man was attacked after seeing him torment the dog by kicking and dragging him near Sunset Boulevard and the 101 Freeway.
Witnesses say the man was attacked after he was seen tormenting the dog by kicking and pulling him near Sunset Boulevard.
KNBC

The suspect was arrested by the LAPD on suspicion of animal cruelty. Police failed to arrest the onlookers who attacked the man who allegedly hit the dog, which was rescued by animal control.

The dog’s owner was the man’s mother and she said the dog suffered a broken leg but is fine.

The man was arrested by the LAPD on suspicion of animal cruelty, but police did not apprehend the attackers.
The man was arrested by the LAPD on suspicion of animal cruelty, but police did not apprehend the attackers.
KNBC
The small dog is being held by witnesses after he was allegedly kicked and tortured by the unidentified man near Sunset Boulevard.
The small dog is being held by witnesses after he was allegedly kicked and tortured by the unidentified man near Sunset Boulevard.
KNBC

https://nypost.com/2022/04/06/hollywood-witnesses-say-man-was-abusing-dog-before-onlookers-attack-him/ Hollywood witnesses say man abused dog before viewers attack him

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