It’s Always Sunny Stars Sued Over Dog Attack

it's always sunnyIt’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia stars — and Old City’s Mac’s Tavern owners — Rob McElhenney and Kaitlin Olson are being sued because their dog bit a 19-month-old girl on the face. More from TMZ:

According to a lawsuit filed today in L.A. Superior Court, Kaitlin Olson and Rob McElhenney (Dee and Mac) had a Father’s Day party back in 2012 … and the couple’s German shepherd was off the leash when it bit the toddler “without provocation.”

The child’s mom, Julie DeLagarde, says she let it be known she didn’t want her daughter around the dog … but Kaitlin and Rob (who are married) did not leash the dog.

DeLagarde claims the area next to her daughter’s mouth, including part of her cheek, was “hanging off with all the insides of her face exposed and blood streaming everywhere.” …

In the suit, she says her daughter will be scarred for the rest of her life unless she has additional plastic surgeries down the road.

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  • Melissa

    ‘says she let it be known she didn’t want her daughter around the dog … but Kaitlin and Rob (who are married) did not leash the dog’ she should’ve left then. The woman is looking for publicity for her new book

  • Austin

    why didn’t she sue them in 2012 when it happened but no she waited two years

  • PPABootsquadVinnie

    Who says they haven’t been trying to settle this? The statute of limitations is usually 2 years, so as a last resort, they sued. Somebody’s dog bites your kid at a party, the liability is with the Owner, especially on their own property and At a party! What would a ‘reasonable’ person do so as Not to risk their dog getting scared and biting someone. Hey dummies, not Everyone is as enamored with your dog as you are.

  • Jacob Pratt

    You know someone knows less than nothing about the legal system in our country when they say, “Why’d they wait so long to sue?”