Angie Harmon sues Instacart, delivery driver after dog shot and killed

Actress Angie Harmon has sued Instacart and a driver after her dog was allegedly shot and killed by a delivery person dropping off her order.

The “Law & Order” alum, 51, accused a delivery person of shooting Oliver the pup during an Easter weekend altercation earlier this year in Charlotte, North Carolina.

In an Instagram post, Harmon said the driver shot and killed the German shepherd/beagle mix and admitted to doing it, after making the grocery delivery.

In response, Instacart said it suspended the delivery person and was cooperating with law enforcement.

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department did not charge the driver, later identified as Christopher Anthoney Reid, who claimed he acted in self-defense and had been bitten by the dog — which Harmon denies. Police said another dog was present at the time and was not harmed.

Harmon filed a lawsuit against Instacart and Reid, accusing the company and driver of trespassing, conversion, negligence, negligent supervision/hiring, invasion of privacy and negligent misrepresentation, according to People.

The suit claims Reid was “not injured” or “seriously threatened” by the dog and had “ample opportunity” to leave.

Harmon is seeking $25,000 in damages.

“Our hearts continue to be with Ms. Harmon and her family following this disturbing incident,” Instacart told People, adding that it could not comment on pending litigation and reiterating Reid was no longer eligible to use its platform.