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Steven Seagal raid in Lawman

Updated on October 23, 2011
Steven Seagal in Lawman raid
Steven Seagal in Lawman raid

Steven Seagal raid

Steven Seagal turned into a reality TV superstar after a successful career as an action star in Hollywood movies. Jesus Sanchez Llovera, Arizona resident, filed a lawsuit against Steven Seagal for killing his dog with a tank. Llovera complained that “Steven Seagal: Lawman” show and sheriff Joe Arpaio raided his place for cockfighting on his property and caused the death of his 11 month old dog. There was damage to his house as well. The victim wants Seagal to write an apology letter stating he is sorry for killing their dog. More importantly, Llovera asks $25,000 to $100,000 from Seagal and the producers. What do you think of the lawsuit? Vote in the poll at the end of this hub to voice your opinion.

Steven Seagal raid details

As part of the reality TV show "Lawman", Seagal made a raid on someone's property looking for cockfighting ring. Seagal said that animal cruelty was one of his pet peeves. The raid involved several armored cars, a tank, and many police officers with guns. So, the resident has sued Steven Seagal as his dog was killed during the raid.

Steven Seagal is a veteran actor who rose to fame with his action films in the 1980s and 1990s. Steven is doing a reality TV show called “Steven Seagal: Lawman". Jesus Sanchez Llovera filed a complaint saying Steven killed his dog with a tank when the crew raided his place looking for cockfighting.

The entire Steven Seagal raid was taped on video. Upon closer look at the tape, Llovera’s house was bombarded by many sheriff deputies with guns and a tank that broke into his property. Llovera’s dog was shot and killed during the raid. Not just the dog was killed, apparently 100 roosters were also shot and killed. What a terrible incident! Of course, the resident claims that he was not conducting any illegal activity like cockfighting and the roosters were there just for entertainment purposes.

Let us see if Steven Seagal, the action star, pays the resident what he wants for the loss of his dog. Steven's reality TV show has got enough publicity with this stunt and hopefully will get more viewers after this episode.

Do you think Seven Seagal should pay for his raid that went wrong?

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