Sylvester Stallone Accused of Abusing Dog, Threatening Contractor
(LOS ANGELES) — Around this time last year, Sylvester Stallone sued a man he said he hired to perform work on his Los Angeles mansion, claiming that person turned out to be an “incompetent con man.”
The contractor in question, Mohamed Hadid, is now claiming that The Expendables star threatened him. TMZ.com reports Hadid has obtained a temporary restraining order against Stallone.
Hadid alleges that while performing work on Stallone’s home, he heard the actor say, “Get these dirty Mexicans out of here or I will blow your head off.”
Hadid further claims that he witnessed Stallone physically abuse the actor’s dog.
In his lawsuit, Stallone claimed Hadid performed shoddy work at the home, costing him $1.4 million.
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