Deadbeat Doggie Dad Being Sued for $32,000 in Back “Pet Support”

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Lola is one posh Manhattan pooch!

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You read that headline right, folks!

A marketing director in New York City is suing her ex-husband for more than $32,000 she claims he hasn’t paid to help support their dog, a female English bulldog named Lola, the New York Post reported.

The couple went their separate ways in 2012.

Sarah Bronilla and Josh Rosen married in 2006. When they split, per Bronilla’s Supreme Court suit, they signed a separation agreement. Since then, Bronilla says she’s spent upwards of $30,000 on food, vet care and other expenses and apparently wants Rosen, who founded the Soho Lifestyle company Saturdays Surf, to pay up. The suit claims Rosen was supposed to pay for and deliver dog food to Bronilla’s Manhattan apartment, send additional funds for other expenses and split veterinary costs.

She also claims he owes her back alimony and $80,000 for the recent sale of his share of Saturdays Surf. She claims he received $1.6 million in the deal.

The total she is seeking: $132,000.

1 thought on “Deadbeat Doggie Dad Being Sued for $32,000 in Back “Pet Support””

  1. as said deadbeat so call dad. it has been 5 yrs and having two dogs myself I know it can add up. the oldest has had a few surgery’s and not to mention follow ups and meds.

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