David Lee Roth Sued For Alleged Dog Attack

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(hennemusic) Van Halen frontman David Lee Roth is being reportedly sued by a landscaper over an alleged attack by his dog, according to the celebrity gossip website TMZ.

The outlet reports landscaper Timothy Salinas says he was doing maintenance work in Roth's Pasadena, CA yard when the rocker's Australian Cattle dog suddenly attacked and took a chunk out of his lower left calf. Salinas says his boss told him he'd lose his job if he reported it.

Roth's lawyer, Ed McPherson, tells TMZ the issue is nothing more than a celebrity shakedown, pointing out that Salinas waited 47 days before going to the hospital and that the singer was only made aware of the alleged incident after the landscaper filed an insurance claim. Read more here.

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