An ex-business partner claims that Dog the Bounty Hunter insulted the Parkland shooter’s sibling in a new complaint.

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An ex-business partner claims that Dog the Bounty Hunter insulted the Parkland shooter’s sibling in a new complaint.

An ex-business partner claims that Dog the Bounty Hunter insulted the Parkland shooter’s sibling in a new complaint.

DOG the Bounty Hunter is being sued for allegedly slurring the Parkland shooter’s sibling with the R-word and fabricating an FBI investigation against a former business partner.

According to Michael Donovan, CEO of Unleashed Entertainment, Dog “lied about meeting Zachary Cruz, the Parkland shooter’s brother, and that he falsely indicated that the young man was “r****ded” in the lawsuit, which was filed on Thursday in Virginia and acquired exclusively by The Sun.

Zach has been living with Michael and Richard since 2018, according to many sources.

Michael and Dog were working on the canceled Unleashed reality show, but the CEO stated in the lawsuit that Michael was fired for a series of ethical violations, including using racial insults and dealing with homophobic troupes.

According to the lawsuit, “on or about January 30, 2021, Defendant Chapman intentionally falsely reported abuse to Social Services in Virginia, as well as to Defendant (Jane) Collins, a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation.”

“The focus of his complaint was Plaintiff Zachary Cruz, whom he had just seen while passing.”

“Virginia social services workers and a corrupt county sheriff colluded to search the house of Zachary Cruz and his family, arrest Cruz, and place him into a conservatorship based on a false tip from Defendant Duane Chapman,” Michael, Richard, and Zach claim in the lawsuit.

The complaint also names Lyssa, Dog’s daughter, as a defendant.

According to the plaintiffs, Dog and “his daughter Lyssa started to send out disinformation aimed at tarnishing Donovan and Moore’s reputation.”

According to the complaint, “Plaintiff Donovan became aware of Defendant Chapman’s exploitation of’shell corporations’ as personal slush funds to evade the payment of taxes” during Dog and Unleashed Entertainment’s brief partnership.

“Defendant Chapman, according to information and belief, owes millions in taxes that he evaded by using the deception,” the lawsuit claims. Plaintiff Donovan notified Chapman that his company, Unleashed Entertainment, would no longer do business with him if he continued to utilize a tax-evasion tactic.

“According to information and belief, Defendant Chapman became highly concerned that his behavior would be reported to authorities after the cancellation of his show ‘Dog Unleashed.'”

“We have no comment,” a Dog spokesperson stated when asked about the new complaint.

Last week, the company’s CEO submitted a complaint detailing some of the actions they believe Dog engaged in during his time there, increasing Michael and Dog’s spat over the show’s termination.

The Sun was the first to report that Dog was facing a $1.3 million lawsuit for “racist and homophobic behavior.” In a Nutshell: Brinkwire News

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