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Janis Dardaris left her two Maltese male dogs Frankie, 12, and Alex, 11, with a babysitter in her Manhattan apartment for two months last fall while performing in a play in South Carolina and was not allowed to bring animals there, he said. she told The Post in an exclusive intervie

 Actress Janis Dardaris sues man accused of killing her dog

An actress who appeared in “The Sixth Sense” and “The Sopranos” says a man fatally beat one of his dogs and nearly kicked the other, new court documents allege.

Janis Dardaris left her two Maltese male dogs Frankie, 12, and Alex, 11, with a babysitter in her Manhattan apartment for two months last fall while performing in a play in South Carolina and was not allowed to bring animals there, he said. she told The Post in an exclusive interview.

To Dardaris’ horror, she discovered while away that her dog handler’s boyfriend, Vincent Tang, “savagely beat Alex to death … then carried Frankie to the roof of the [Dardaris] building, where he sadistically tortured Frankie during several minutes hitting, throwing, chasing and kicking the defenseless dog multiple times ”on October 24, 2019, alleges a lawsuit from the Manhattan Supreme Court on Wednesday.

Tang “then took Frankie back to [Dardaris’s] apartment, where he let him die,” the court documents state.

A disturbing cell phone video, taken by a resident in a neighboring building, shows a man, supposedly Tang, chasing and kicking a small white dog like a soccer ball, at one point with such force that the cub crashes into a wooden patio step. , according to a criminal complaint against Tang.

“The visceral feeling I get when I think about what happened feels like an ice pick in my heart. It’s a nightmare, “Dardaris told The Post.

Tang, 36, probably took the keys from the nanny who was going to Dardaris’s apartment while the nanny was away, Dardaris’s attorney said.

An eagle-eyed neighbor in the building next door saw the man kicking the dog and alerted a resident of the building so that police would finally arrive and could take Frankie to an animal hospital to save his life, court documents say. .

Dardaris’ friend went inside her apartment and saw “one small white dog cowering inside

A friend of Dardaris’s walked into her apartment and saw “a small white dog huddled inside … and a second small white dog dead on the ground,” a criminal complaint says.

Dardaris said Frankie was hospitalized for 16 days and suffered “two skull fractures, two broken ribs and a permanently damaged left eye,” the court documents state.

Tang was arrested in November and indicted in the Manhattan Supreme Court on two counts of aggravated animal cruelty, court records show. He faces up to two years in prison if convicted.

Dardaris said the horrific incident has left her traumatized and wondering, “Why did you come into my apartment and do that? I want answers. ”

“It’s unimaginable to me that something like this could happen and that someone could do that and create so much pain and pain in someone’s life,” she said.

Dardaris, who had furry friends since they were just 3 months old, said the couple was “unbearably sweet and loving.”

“I wake up every night thinking about … the pain of thinking about what happened Alex does not go away and Frankie, dear little one, how could this have happened to you?” Said Dardaris adding that she is plagued by the fact that no was able to protect Alex.

“I couldn’t imagine someone doing that to a completely innocent creature,” Dardaris’s attorney, Robert Cannata, told The Post. “These are 4 or 5 pound white marbles, as innocent as they are innocent.”

“We want answers and we want him to have to compensate her fairly for all the pain and anguish he has done her,” Cannata said.

Tang has pleaded not guilty in the criminal case. His criminal defense attorney Jason Goldman told The Post: “It is an open matter and we hope to resolve it soon in court.”

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