Aging action star STEVEN SEAGAL can’t seem to let go of his glory days and now faces a lawsuit for joining a real police raid to kill chickens while filming a segment of his reality show, “Steven Seagal Lawman.” Apparently, he forgot to lethally aikido the suspects in one smooth move like he used to do when he was Nico in “Above The Law.” Sorry Seagal, this is real life, and you gotta face the music…
Celebrity gossip websites found out the paunchy, heavyset Seagal was fully decked out in full riot gear when he joined the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Department in a raid at the Arizona residence of one Jesus Sanchez Llovera. The crime: raising roosters for illegal cockfighting.
Did Seagal joint lock all those poor cocks until he broke their necks, too?
His credentials as reserve deputy sheriff notwithstanding, Seagal was slapped with a lawsuit by Llovera, who alleges that the roosters he was raising were only “for show,” and that Seagal fully participated in damage to his property by ramming a tank against his gate, killing more than 100 roosters, and shooting the family’s beloved family pet, an 11-month-old puppy, which caused his children undue emotional trauma.
So Seagal went to all this trouble, dressed in full battle gear, for some chickens?
And now he’s facing a $100,000 lawsuit for damages, plus a demand for a personal letter of apology from Llovera.
Fierce fowl slayer Seagal and the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Department have yet to comment on their chicken and puppy raid.
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