Sturridge requested to pay £22k to man who tracked down missing canine

The previous Liverpool striker said the pet was taken from a house in Los Angeles in 2019 and offered a compensation for its return.

The Pomeranian, named Lucci, was found by neighborhood artist Foster Washington who shared pictures via web-based media and rejoined Sturridge with his canine.

Sturridge had argued for the arrival of his canine via web-based media in July 2019, while the story likewise included on some media sources in the US.

A Los Angeles court has now requested Sturridge to pay Washington 30,085 US dollars later he didn’t respect the award.

Court reports acquired by the PA news organization show a default judgment was given, which means Sturridge didn’t pay all due respects to the protest.

Mr Washington, whose rapper name is Killa Fame, said he felt let somewhere near Sturridge.

I’m amped up for it, I’ve been battling this case for more than a year, I can’t trust it’s finished. At the point when we observed the canine I thought my life would have been something more.

Mr Washington added he presently couldn’t seem to organize the installment with Sturridge.

In October Sturridge finished paperwork for Perth Glory on a free exchange, 19 months later he left Turkish side Trabzonspor.

The 32-year-old previous England striker had been out of the game since March 2020 in the wake of being given a four-month boycott for breaking the FA’s betting guidelines.

On December 17 Sturridge put a message on Twitter to say the crew would need to go through 14 days in lodging quarantine in Brisbane later a colleague got Covid.