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Owner of & # 39; Devil Dog & # 39; is the 36-year-old anti-gang social worker who has a son with grime rapper Giggs


The owner of a "devil dog" who beat a Miniature Pinscher to death is a senior executive of a government unit that is harmful to minors, as MailOnline can reveal.

Naomi Salawu was filmed moving her giant bullmastiff after it attacked student Renata Aladenika's dog on Woolwich Common on Sunday 9 August.

Ms. Salawu has a responsible position as a social worker and manager of young people in difficulty in the Youth Offending Team in South East London.

Naomi Salawu, pictured in the center, was filmed dragging her giant Bullmastiff after it attacked student Renata Aladenika's dog on Woolwich Common on August 11

Ms. Salawu, left, holds a responsible position as a social worker and manager of youth in difficulty in the Youth Offending Team in South East London

Ms. Salawu, left, holds a responsible position as a social worker and manager of youth in difficulty in the Youth Offending Team in South East London

One man's mother, left, has a son with grime rapper Giggs and a BA in criminology

One man's mother, left, has a son with grime rapper Giggs and a BA in criminology

The mother of one who has a son with grime rapper Giggs also has a BA in criminology.

She declined to comment when approached by MailOnline.

Naomi Salawu has a son with grime rapper Giggs (pictured)

Naomi Salawu has a son with grime rapper Giggs (pictured)

Her Bullmastiff attacked a miniature pinscher Rocco, who was later knocked down because of his injuries and "shook him like a rag doll".

Renata was heard screaming, "He's dying," as Rocco lay bloody and motionless on the grass after the Bullmastiff clamped his jaws around the little dog's neck.

She said the owner of the Bullmastiff apologized and said she would take Renata and Rocco to the vet before dragging her dog to her car and driving off.

A source revealed, “Your dog is big and powerful and doesn't seem to like other dogs. It has attacked others in the past and the police were alerted last month after deciding on another smaller dog.

“I see Naomi walking her dog on Woolwich Common, usually around 6 or 7pm. With the dog on a leash, you can see the strength of the animal as Naomi is making a real effort to keep her from being pulled forward.

“But I've seen the dog roaming free many times, which is wrong when it is so temperamental around other animals.

Pictured: The Bullmastiff

Pictured: The Bullmastiff

Ms. Aladenika, 18, was walking Rocco in Woolwich Common when she claimed a Bullmastiff (pictured) rushed over, sank her teeth into her dog's neck and shook him "like a rag doll".

Heartbreaking photos captured the destroyed pet owner when she saw her & # 39; best friend & # 39; Rocco said goodbye - whose injuries were so severe that he had to be put to sleep

Heartbreaking photos captured the destroyed pet owner when she saw her & # 39; best friend & # 39; Rocco said goodbye – whose injuries were so severe that he had to be put to sleep

“A lot of people in the area know Naomi, she works as a youth social worker and tries to keep young people away from gangs. She also has a son with record producer and rapper Giggs. & # 39;

18-year-old student Renata was walking Rocco on Woolwich Common in south London on Sunday when the Bullmastiff ran over her dog, grabbed his neck and shook him for a minute.

Renata, from Charlton, south London, explained how she had taken four-year-old Rocco for a half-hour walk around 8:50 pm as the weather was still warm that evening.

Ms. Aladenika (near the place where Rocco is buried) shared footage of the aftermath to expose the owner, who she claims offered to take her to a vet, but then fled with her dog

Ms. Aladenika (near the place where Rocco is buried) shared footage of the aftermath to expose the owner, who she claims offered to take her to a vet, but then fled with her dog

Shocking footage captured the moment when Renata Aladenika (pictured) asked for help after her Miniature Pinscher was beaten to death by a lead-free "devil" dog in London on Sunday

Shocking footage captured the moment when Renata Aladenika (pictured) asked for help after her Miniature Pinscher was beaten to death by a lead-free "devil" dog in London on Sunday

The couple were on their way home when another woman and the Bullmastiff approached from the left.

Reliving the horror, the student said, “The other dog was off the leash, so Rocco approached him and the dogs stopped and looked at each other.

Rocco growled a little and the next thing I knew the dog had Rocco's throat in its mouth and was shaking it around.

& # 39; He yelled for help. I could hear him screaming the whole time and screaming as I tried to take him away.

Ms. Aladenika of Charlton, South East London said: "It felt like that huge devil dog against our tiny Rocco." Pictured: Rocco before the attack

Ms. Aladenika of Charlton, South East London said: "It felt like that huge devil dog against our tiny Rocco." Pictured: Rocco before the attack

The woman told the dog to let go. I tried pulling it away but it didn't work because the dog's jaw was very strong.

“He was a tenth of his weight so he had no chance. Losing him like this was so traumatic.

& # 39; The dog was not on a leash. It was horrible, he ran over and grabbed Rocco by the head and started shaking him.

& # 39; The owner tried to pull it away by the ear but it must have been 70 kg.

She apologized and said she would take me to the vet but when she got into her car she just drove off.

The teenage girl (pictured with Rocco) decided to film the episode so she would have evidence of who was responsible

The teenage girl (pictured with Rocco) decided to film the episode so she would have evidence of who was responsible

& # 39; Rocco was my best friend. The house is so empty without him and it feels weird to go to sleep on my bed without him. & # 39;

Renata was later pictured at the vet by her & # 39; best friend & # 39; Rocco said goodbye when he was put to sleep because his injuries were so severe.

Last night, MailOnline announced that a 44-year-old woman was bitten by the same bullmastiff that attacked her border terrier cross just three weeks before that attack.

The woman, known only as Zoe, had an emergency tetanus bump the next day as bite marks on her hand and foot became septic. She warned the Metropolitan Police about the incident.

The victim, known only as Zoe, 44, claims she had a hole in her arm after trying to separate the lead-free Bullmastiff from her cross-border commuter (pictured) on July 16

The victim, known only as Zoe, 44, claims she had a hole in her arm after trying to separate the lead-free Bullmastiff from her cross-border commuter (pictured) on July 16

She said, “All of a sudden when the Bullmastiff saw my little dog, he was walking for him and I had to grab him and actually pull him off mine.

The dog snapped back and bit my arm and foot. Whether it was for me or my dog, it was so quick and difficult to tell.

Fortunately, my wounds didn't require sutures or hospital treatment. Though they became septic 24 hours later and I had to pay for an emergency tetanus bump at a local chemist. & # 39;

Pictured: An injury to Zoe's arm

Pictured: An injury to Zoe's foot

Zoe shared how she went for a walk with two year old Sid when the & # 39; devil dog & # 39; attacked her pet and was bitten on the arm and foot. Pictured: her injuries

Renata said she decided to film the episode to get evidence of who was responsible for the attack.

"The way she ran away with her dog and left me dealing with Rocco alone was a cowardly thing," she added.

A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: "There have been no arrests and the investigation is ongoing."

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