Former Leatherface Andrew Bryniarski Determined to Clear His Name in Animal Cruelty Case

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Former Leatherface Andrew Bryniarski Determined to Clear His Name in Animal Cruelty CaseFollowing up on yesterday’s report that Andrew Bryniarski (The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning) was arrested with his girlfriend this past Saturday for suspicion of animal cruelty, Bryniarski seems bound and determined to clear his name.

Today he let reporters into his RV with cameras to show the condition that his dogs were living in. From what we can see, there’s plenty of food and water and other pet care essentials, and the reporter onsite did confirm that said RV did not smell at all like dog urine, etc.

Andrew went on to explain that he and his girlfriend had purchased the vehicle five days ago from a reputable animal rescue association with the intention of using it as a mobile adoption unit. Since the reporting of this story, the rescue association confirmed Bryniarski’s story when reached for comment. Good for you, Andrew.

Check out the video and interview with Bryniarski below. The case goes before a court in ten days. We’ll have an update for you then.

Lattimer from ‘The Program’ — INSIDE DOGGIE RV

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  • Terminal

    Would they make a story up? I mean it is the press. But then Andrew could have had enough time to clean up and fix things. All I care about right now is the animals. I hope they get fed, taken care of, and given great homes.

    • Vanvance1

      Are you serious? The press makes up half it’s news. Sensationalism, fear mongering and skewed data sell news. News sells mind share and mind share sells avertising.

      The average reporter is churning out assorted stories very quickly, often with minimal information and no knowledge of the subject matter they’re covering.

      If you’re an expert on any topic and then read a newspaper article about it, or see a show about it, most of the time you’ll shake your head in negation and disgust because they either got a lot of it wrong, barely scratched the surface or missed the real points.

      • Terminal

        Vanvance it was a rhetorical question.

        • The Woman In Black

          Plus, even Andrew isn’t saying the press made up the story – he’s talking about the cops because they don’t want his RV there.

          I’m hoping he’s legit with this response. Would hate to think those dogs were being mistreated in any way. But seeing his setup with food and water, etc., did make me feel better.

    • Uncle Creepy

      Amen to that. I like animals more than I like people.