An entertainer who showed up in “The Sixth Sense,” “Law and Order” and “The Sopranos” says a man lethally beat one of her canines and almost kicked the other to death, new court papers assert.
Janis Dardaris left her two male Maltese pooches Frankie, 12, and Alex, 11, with a sitter at her Manhattan condo for a very long time the previous fall as she was acting in a play in South Carolina and wasn’t permitted to bring creatures there, she revealed to The Post in a restrictive meeting.
Regrettably, she found while away that her canine sitter’s sweetheart, Vincent Tang, “viciously beat Alex to death … at that point took Frankie to the top of [Dardaris’] building, where he cruelly tormented Frankie for a few minutes by punching, tossing, pursuing, and kicking the vulnerable canine on different occasions” on Oct. 24, 2019, a Manhattan Supreme Court claim from Wednesday affirms.
Tang “then took Frankie back to [Dardaris’] loft, where he left him to kick the bucket,” the court papers guarantee.
Upsetting mobile phone video, taken by an occupant in a neighboring structure, shows a man — asserted to be Tang — pursuing and kicking a little white canine like a soccer ball, at one point with such power that the puppy pummels into a wooden yard venture, as indicated by a criminal objection against Tang.
“The instinctive inclination I get when I consider what occurred — it seems like an ice pick to my heart. It’s a bad dream,” Dardaris disclosed to The Post.
Tang, 36, likely took the keys from the canine sitter going into Dardaris’ condo while the sitter was out, Dardaris’ legal advisor said.
A falcon peered neighbor in the colony nearby observed the man kicking the canine and alarmed a structure inhabitant so police inevitably came and had the option to get Frankie to a creature clinic sparing his life, the court papers state.