Cops reportedly rushed to Lady Gaga's Los Angeles mansion after her home alarm went off on Monday, August 23.
The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to Radar that authorities responded to the "Shallow" songstress' $7 million mansion at 1:33 p.m.. The police searched her property but found no sign of burglary nor forced entry.
Gaga's latest scare comes after her dog walker, Ryan Fischer, was shot and two of her three French Bulldogs were stolen. Five people in connection to the dog napping and shooting — which landed Fischer in the hospital — were arrested at the end of April.
After three of the suspects reportedly hit and choked Gaga's long-time dog walker, one of them shot him with a semiautomatic handgun before reportedly leaving him on the street. The suspects insisted they had no idea the furry friends belonged to the musical icon.
The horrifying incident occurred in February, and the Grammy Award winner, 35, offered a $500,000 reward for her then-missing dogs: Koji and Gustav. Gaga's dogs were eventually returned to her; however, Jennifer McBride — who "found" and returned the dogs — never received the hefty paycheck, as she was later arrested and charged with one count each of accessory after the fact, according to Radar.
Meanwhile, Fischer has had a challenging road to recovery after being shot. Six months after the near-fatal attack, Fischer set out on a road trip across the country on a "process of growing from trauma." He unfortunately hit a bump in the road amid his healing journey when his 1991 Ford Falcon broke down two months in to his six-month trip.
Fischer then created a GoFundMe, asking the public for money so he could buy a new van to continue on with his journey. While using the trip to heal, Fischer explained, via his campaign page, that he felt "abandoned and unsupported" after risking his life for the pups.
OK! learned the dog walker is also currently homeless after he moved out of his apartment in April because, at the time, the perpetrators remained at large.
Fischer didn't directly blame Gaga for his feelings of abandonment. However, the Hollywood star was immediately hit with backlash, as she was shamed by the public for not handing Fischer the cash needed to buy a new car and for allegedly abandoning him in his time of need.
“Lady gaga offered $500,000 to find her missing dogs but is allowing her dog walker to set up a gofundme because he’s now homeless and still struggling with his trauma,” one unimpressed Twitter user pointed out. “I don’t expect much from rich people but they never fail to amaze me.”