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Ex-Liverpool star Daniel Sturridge ‘issued with ARREST WARRANT after he failed to pay $30k reward

AN ARREST warrant has allegedly been issued for ex-Premier League star Daniel Sturridge after he failed to appear in court over £24,400 he was ordered to pay a man for finding his lost dog.

The 34-year-old publicly offered a reward for the safe return of his Pomeranian in July 2019 after it had been stolen from his Los Angeles home.

A man named Foster Washington, also known as rapper Killa Fame, took credit for reuniting Sturridge with his dog.

However, he then claimed that he never received the promised reward and subsequently launched a civil lawsuit.

In December 2021, a Los Angeles court ordered the former Liverpool star to pay $30,000 (£24,400) after he failed to respond to the initial complaint.

Sturridge was called back to court last month, but the Daily Mail have reported that he did not attend.

He has now been served a bench warrant - a summons issued by a judge to arrest a defendant and bring them before court.

A new hearing has been set for November 30.

Sturridge's representatives did not respond to The Mail for comment.

The ex-Liverpool striker, who left Anfield in 2019, claimed that he paid a reward after a court hearing in 2021.

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