What is dog trainer Cesar Millan’s net worth?

A ‘DOG whisperer’ is in hot water after his pit bull allegedly attacked a ‘star gymnast’ and killed a celebrity’s pooch, according to reports.

Dog trainer Cesar Millan is widely known for his Emmy-nominated television series Dog Whisperer starring Cesar Millan.


Dog handler Cesar MillanCredit: Getty

Who is Cesar Millan?

Millan is a Mexican-American dog trainer with over 25 years of canine experience.

Millan, 52, is a New York Times bestselling author and has her own line of dog products and instructional DVDs.

Prior to The Dog Whisperer series, Millan focused on rehabilitating severely aggressive dogs and founded the Dog Psychology Center in the South Los Angeles.

With the success of its California location, Millan opened an east coast clinic at the Country Inn Pet Resort in Davie, Floridanear Fort Lauderdale.

Millan’s first three books all became New York Times bestsellers and sold two million copies worldwide. United States.

What is dog trainer Cesar Millan’s net worth?

According to Celebrity net worthMillan’s fortune is said to be $25 million.

The 52-year-old was born in rural Culiacán, Sinaloa, Mexico.

What are the allegations against Millan?

According to TMZMillan’s pit bull, “Junior”, allegedly attacked a former “star gymnast” in 2017, leaving her unable to compete in the United States Junior Olympic gymnastics programs.

Athlete, Lidia Matiss, also claims the dog mauled Queen Latifah’s dog to death – and that Millan tried to cover it up, according to the outlet.

Matiss alleged the dog attacked her in 2017 while she was visiting her mother, who worked for the TV star, at a Los Angeles office building he owned, TMZ reported.

Matiss, then performing at the highest level in the U.S. Junior Olympic gymnastics programs, encountered the stray dog ​​in the hallway without a leash and was bitten repeatedly on the legs, according to his suit.

Matiss claims she went to the emergency room and it became apparent that her injuries were serious.

Star gymnast Lidia Matiss claims Cesar Millan's pit bull 'Junior' (not pictured above) allegedly attacked her in 2017, biting her leg repeatedly


Star gymnast Lidia Matiss claims Cesar Millan’s pit bull ‘Junior’ (not pictured above) allegedly attacked her in 2017, biting her leg repeatedlyCredit: Getty

Matiss – who performed at level 10, the highest level in the junior Olympic gymnastics programs in the United States – said the University of Pennsylvania was actively recruiting her, but that all changed with the dog bite.

She claimed that she could no longer compete due to the extreme pain she was enduring.

The file also claims that Junior had a habit of attacking people and pooches.

After bringing two puppies to Millan’s Canine Psychology Center in Santa Clarita, Calif., the dog allegedly killed one of Queen Latifah’s pooches.

Millan then allegedly told his staff to lie and tell the rapper that his dog was hit and killed by a car, according to the lawsuit obtained by TMZ.

However, Millan claimed Matiss assumed the risk of being bitten because she knew the dog was dangerous, the newspaper reported citing court documents he filed in response to the lawsuit.

Court records show the lawsuit was filed in January 2021, and Millan and Matiss decided to take the case to court.

Millan did not immediately respond to The Sun’s requests for comment.

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