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French Montana Sued After His German Shepard Allegedly Attacked A Man

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Aug. 23 2019, Updated 12:33 p.m. ET

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On Friday, August 9, news broke of French Montana being sued after his dog allegedly attacked a man that was installing security cameras at his Calabasas home in August 2017.

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According to documents obtained by The Blast, Daniel Banuelos claimed the 34-year-old's dog, Zane, "violently attacked and viciously" bit him.

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The documents state that the canine was "vicious" and Daniel alleged that the "Unforgettable" rapper was well aware of the dog's behavior.

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Daniel claimed that French had the animal for "guarding the premise," and "encouraged the dog's aggressive and vicious nature in order to make the dog a greater risk and threat to intruders."

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The surveillance employee also claimed that he has permanent scarring and missed time from work as a result of the alleged attack. 

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In addition to his physically injuries, he also explained he now has "severe and permanent mental, emotional and psychological injuries."

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Daniel is suing the "No Stylist" rapper for negligence and wants to collect damages from him over the incident.

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It is unclear whether or not the Morocco native still owns the German Shepard but he does often share Instagram posts of his new fluffy pup, Champ.

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French's representation did not immediately respond to OKMagazine.com's request for comment.

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