RHOBH star Kim Richards can’t seem to catch a break when it comes to the drama surrounding her pit bull Kingsley. After her dog attacked her niece Alexia, multiple people came forward claiming they were also attacked by Richards’ dog. Now,Â Kyle Schwab ofÂ Smashface Rescue took to Facebook and claimedÂ that he tried to help Kim with Kingsley and she has gone M.I.A. and never paid him!
RealityTea reports that a commenter asked Schwab if he was able to help with Kingsley, he replied, â€œKingsley never showed up the next Wed morning after I worked with him and made room. I believe I was his only hope. Even though he tried to kill me. I thought he was workable and was going to do a joint custody thing where he was with me during filming for the safety of the staff and crew. And or I would maintain him on set (off camera) during filming days.â€
Kyle makes it clear that Kingsley is one of the most dangerous dogs he’s ever worked with.
â€œI will tell you he is the most dangerous dog I have worked with in terms of his level of aggression,” Schwab wrote. “Iâ€™ve trained more dangerous dogs like Neos and Corsos. But I have never experienced such a willingness and drive towards humans as Kingsley. One trainer was attacked, one was unable to enter the house, one FaceTimed Kim and was unwilling to enter the house.â€
â€œI walked in and worked with him and Kim for four hours,” he continued. “Iâ€™ll be seeing them in court after the new year for non payment.â€
â€œHe has been removed from the house and according to Kim herself,” Kyle continues. “The trainers at the boarding/training facility where heâ€™s at are unable to approach him. After that. Radio silence. They will not return my calls, texts, or emails. They have now registered the dog in someone elseâ€™s name thinking the bite history wonâ€™t follow him.â€
â€œHe a dangerous dog in the hands of the wrong people and I will get paid for my work,” the trainer says. “I have all the documentation, pictures, texts, and videos. Interesting that coming to the end of the year my only two outstanding invoices are celebrities. Or in this case. A wanna be. Can you say entitled?â€
â€œKim is not emotionally or physically capable of handling this dog,” he concludes. “It will strike again. Itâ€™s not if. Itâ€™s when. Unless they just keep it in the $6,000 cage Bravo built in her backyard. Iâ€™m not going to put my life in danger and not get paid. Itâ€™s principle. Not the money. Where thereâ€™s risk. Thereâ€™s reward. Until you deal with entitled celebrities.â€
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