Jennifer Lopez's 'menacing' dog

Jennifer Lopez's personal guard dog has been branded a ''menace for allegedly attacking flight attendant Lisa Wilson on a jet in 2006

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Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez's 'menacing' dog

Jennifer Lopez's personal guard dog has been branded a "menace" for attacking a stewardess.

A report produced for a lawsuit against Jennifer and her husband Marc Anthony by flight attendant Lisa Wilson - who says she was attacked by the dog, Floyd, on a jet in 2006 - concluded that the animal "consistently endangered humans".

Dr. Karen Overall, a veterinarian with a Ph.D in zoology, produced the paper which claims the dog was a menace and its owners both knew it.

In the eight-page document, Karen wrote: "It is clear to me that Floyd, Mr. Anthony's personal protection dog, behaved inappropriately, aggressively and in a manner that consistently endangered humans."

The report was produced for the team representing Lisa, who claims the dog, a German Shepherd, headbutted her leg, causing her to fall and seriously injure her back.

Lawyer William Cafaro said: "The dog was obviously dangerous and we will prove at trial that it was only a matter of time before he hurt someone."

Joseph Varvaro, lawyer for Jennifer and Marc, responded in court papers saying he has hired his own animal behaviour expert to evaluate Floyd.

Jennifer Lopez

Dance-pop and R&B from the American chart-topping singer and actress best known for the songs On The Floor and Love Don't Cost A Thing.

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