Woman Claims Flynt's Dog Attacked Her
Jun. 03, 2006
LOS ANGELES (AP) _ A woman is suing Hustler magazine publisher Larry Flynt and his wife, Elizabeth, alleging their dog ``viciously attacked'' her as she jogged in front of the couple's Hollywood Hills home.
In court documents filed Thursday in Los Angeles Superior Court, Cynthia Tribull claimed she suffered injuries and ``severe shock fright, humiliation and emotional distress'' after being bitten by the Schnauzer.
Flynt declined comment, said spokeswoman Kim Dower.
The lawsuit accuses the Flynts of failing to restrain their dog or post a warning sign to pedestrians. It claims liability and negligence and seeks an unspecified amount of money for medical bills and other damages.