Claudia Schiffer to be told off by police over dogs “running wild”
Claudia Schiffer is to be warned to keep her dogs under control at her Suffolk home after the local police received complaints from members of the public using a footpath that runs adjacent to Claudia’s estate.
Claudia lives in a 16th century hall near Bury St Edmunds with husband Matthew Vaughn and their two dogs, believed to be an Irish wolfhound and a German shepherd.
But according to a spokesperson from Suffolk Police, they have received a number of complaints over the past year of the dogs “running wild”: “A public footpath runs alongside the grounds, where locals walk dogs. We first received a complaint in December that one of the dogs had bitten another dog.
“More recently a local parish council has received a number of complaints to say that dogs are still ‘running wild’.”
The spokesperson added that a member of the local force will meet with Claudia to hope to resolve the issue.