Speech to Text for 'Grimm' crew supports coworker attacked by her dog
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alcohol played in that incident. . a portland woman-- attacked by her own dog-- was worried she was in store for the worst christmas of her life. but now-- she's getting help from some of her former colleagues-- who worked on the t-v show "grimm". we warn you some of these images are hard to look at. two weeks ago morgan muta says her dog attacked her face while they were watching t-v on the couch. she says there was no warning. she says her dog wally was a rescue... who may have been abused. he'd been by her side for the last eight years... and had never acted so extreme. now... a portion of her upper lip is gone. "even after getting my dog down off the couch, he still came back again." "i think in that moment too i understood that i wasn't safe anymore in my own home." two days before christmas... she put him down.... muta spent a few years as a makeup artist on the show "grimm." when her portland coworkers heard about everything that had happened... they took action. they started a go fund me page to help her pay 14 thousand dollars worth in medical expenses....so far the go fund me has already