cesarCesar Millan is being sued by a woman who claims she was attacked by a vicious pit bull that had been prematurely released by his dog training center.

The woman claims she suffered “disfiguring open wounds, deep muscle and tendon lacerations” and bone fractures in the Sept. 23, 2014, attack, just six days after the dog had been released by Cesar’s Dog Psychology Center.

She claims she permanently lost feeling and function in her left hand after the attack at the dog owner’s home in Santa Clarita. She is seeking punitive damages.

Jen Woodard, the director of the Dog Psychology Center, said in a statement that Cesar never had contact with the dog and never trained the animal.

She said the dog’s owner had removed the pit bull “against the strong advice and objection of his trainer.” After the attack, the pit bull was returned to this center where it was placed in quarantine.

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