COPS were called after Claudia Schifferâs dog killed a pregnant sheep and mauled two more.
The incident is the fourth time the supermodel has been rapped over âout of controlâ pets.
In the latest officers found a German Shepherd, believed to be her beloved Oscar, covered in blood after biting a eweâs neck. The sheep was put down.
Cops advised the farmer it was illegal to blast the dog since he had it under control.
He would have been entitled to kill it if still running amok.
Claudia, 48, and film director hubby Matthew Vaughn, 47, agreed to a voluntary control order issued by police.
The pair, thought to have recently moved to Northamptonshire, must secure their home to stop their dogs escaping.
Lawyers are understood to be in talks between them and the farmer, from Culworth.
Villagers revealed he faces ÂŁ3,000 vetsâ fees as other traumatised ewes, worth ÂŁ250 each, face ongoing treatment from the November 14 incident.
A local said: âThe farmer is not happy. Heâs concerned other ewes have lost babies, worth ÂŁ80 each.â
A resident added: âThe dog was retrieved by a member of the coupleâs staff.
“Claudia was deeply concerned her dog would have to be put down.
âShe and Matthew are mortified about being thought of as irresponsible dog owners.â
Claudia has previously spoken of her love for German Shepherds and Irish Wolfhound Roxy.
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In 2010 she was quizzed by police over claims one of her dogs bit another pooch near her 14-bed, 530-acre mansion in Suffolk.
In 2006 she was twice warned by police to keep her dogs under control.
The Sun contacted Claudia and Matthew for a response.
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