"Until her case is concluded, she is not allowed to own or care for any animals," the spokesperson said. "Meanwhile, her Jack Russell Terrier was taken into custody by Animal Services, where it was examined by a veterinarian and Johnson voluntarily signed over custody."
No stranger to controversy, Johnson previously stirred up fury by falsely claiming to have abused her infant daughter Cora, sold her to sex traffickers, and even murdered her.
Last year she was banned from TikTok after claiming she'd hired a man to rape Charlie D'Amelio, and calling on her followers to help locate the teen.
Johnson circumvents her frequent bans across social media by simply opening duplicate accounts.