Now, the star of “Black Ink Crew” Caesar Emmanuel It is under investigation by animal services and local law enforcement after a video of him allegedly abusing dogs went viral, causing it to go viral online.
A representative for Fulton County Animal Services told TMZ… that they were working hard with South Fulton PD to look into what happened outside the Ceaser home.
The CE attorney already told us the viral video was recorded during the COVID lockdown…but Fulton Animal Services says, under the statute of limitations, there is still plenty of time to charge him.
Animal rights groups were angry … PETA Vice President Sr. Lisa Lang TMZ says, “Animal abusers are often repeat offenders, and this dangerous person should be held accountable and prohibited from owning any animal.”
As reported to us, Caesar Launched VH1 series Thursday about the accident, but when we spoke to him hours later… he insisted on the video It does not reflect his true self.
He claims that his dogs were fighting and that he was just trying to separate them.
Caesar’s representative tells us that the Fulton County Police have already questioned Caesar, and the police rep claimed that the cops found nothing wrong and that his dogs are safe, healthy and showing no signs of abuse.
Furthermore, the Ceaser team claims that she was an ex-girlfriend who reported him to the cops, and leaked his surveillance video online… all in order to get revenge for having broken up with her and financially cut her off.
And the delegate adds: “Although his actions were not at all appropriate, [Ceasar] He sincerely apologizes and feels very bad. He deals with death threats that cause him fear and depression. His only goal was to build an empire to help build jobs and make the tattoo industry successful for the black community since the community is limited there.”
Caesar told us he no longer owned one of those dogs, after giving it to a friend.