April 3, 2024

‘Rizzoli & Isles’ Star Angie Harmon Says Instacart Driver Killed Her Dog

Actress Angie Harmon had some horrible news this week.

According to Harmon, her pet dog was killed this week, allegedly by an Instacart delivery driver.

Local police have confirmed some aspects of her claim.

Killed My Baby

Animal lovers all know that pets are usually treated like family members, so this had to be rather traumatic for Harmon, especially losing a pet in this manner.

According to local reports in Charlotte-Mecklenburg, North Carolina, the driver claimed that one of Harmon’s dogs attacked him when he arrived at the house to make a delivery.

The driver reportedly shot the dog, claiming it was self-defense.

Local police stated, “Another dog was present at the residence but did not attack.”

Harmon, after the incident, posted a picture of the dog on her Instagram, describing the incident and saying how heartbroken her family was over the incident…


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I have to say, I know people can get scared of dogs rushing after them, if that is what happened, but that is just a small dog, and I would have to think there was an alternative to shooting the dog.

And yes, for non pet owners, I get that the dog should have been controlled by the owner, but this still seems like an over-the-top reaction by the driver.

As a matter of fact, people were responding to her post about that exact subject, suggesting that maybe the driver had been attacked before and was over-paranoid about being attacked by another animal.

Instacart announced that it had suspended the driver pending the investigation as well as reaching out to Harmon.

The company added, “We were deeply saddened and disturbed to hear about this incident.

“We have no tolerance for violence of any kind.”

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