Former Star Accused of Beating Dog With Chair on Video Must be Punished

Target: Fani Willis, District Attorney of Fulton County, GA

Goal: Seek maximum penalty for man who allegedly beat his dog on camera.

Former reality show star Ceaser Emanuel has been charged with animal cruelty. A Ring video surfaced in connection to the incident, which appears a dog being struck multiple times by Emanuel with a chair. Later, the dog is apparently locked in a cage and pushed down a hill.

Emanuel now faces a count of aggravated animal cruelty as well as two misdemeanor charges believed to be related to the same report. He previously starred on the Black Ink Crew television series before he was fired following the allegations. While he turned himself in, the accused has since been busy trying to deflect attention away from the charges by alleging the video was leaked by a vengeful ex. Regardless of why the video emerged, its contents should not be explained away or forgotten.

Sign the petition below to urge legal authorities to stay vigilant in prosecuting this troubling case to the fullest extent.


Dear DA Willis,

Ceaser Emanuel’s status as a former television star should not exempt him from facing the full weight of charges against him. This man was reportedly caught on camera abusing a dog multiple times in multiple ways. While he claims the content is not a reflection of him, the brutality of the alleged acts indicates otherwise.

Please do not strike a plea deal; continue pursuing the felony charge with the maximum possible penalty attached. The cycle of abuse will never be broken if our systems enable it.


[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Mikapon


  1. Just another piece of shit we call a human being. OMG this is horrible beyond belief – he should never have any animals – he doesn’t deserve to breathe the same air they do. I hope he rots in hell.

  2. Evan Jane Kriss says:

    Animal abuse is a SERIOUS CRIME. WHEN will it be treated as such?

  3. Victoria Guppy says:

    Agree absolutely with the last two comments. Animal abuse should be given the same priority as any other violent crime. Animals have no voice, or trade union to go to when they are mistreated – they are innocent souls, depending on the kindness of strangers to speak up on their behalf

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