Melngailis has relocated to Harlem with her pet dog Leon. Netflix has been cranking out true crime shows lately, and there's a new one out that's sure to hook you.

Sarma Melngailis, an ambitious restaurateur whose companies, Pure Food & Wine and One Lucky Duck once helped popularize the raw food movement, is the subject of a Netflix true-crime film.

Melngailis stayed in New York. In May 2019, she and Leon were residing in Harlem. Melngailis and Leon may now be living with friends, according to new reports.

Where Is Sarma Melngailis Dog Leon Today?

After Sarma Melngailis's release from the Rikers Island jail in New York, she reconnected with her favorite dog, Leon, and the two have been inseparable ever since.

She was found guilty of grand theft, tax fraud, and conspiracy to deceive investors in 2017. She was given a three-and-a-half-month term. 

After that, Melngailis stayed in New York. She and Leon were living in Harlem in May of this year. Melngailis may now be living with friends, according to new reports.

She later stated that she intended to leave New York to work on biography but hoped to revive her once-popular restaurant, according to the New York Post.

Perpetual Pup Advert As Bad Vegan Tells A New Story

No, the Perpetual Pup commercial isn't promoting immortality for your pet. It's all part of the launch for Bad Vegan: Fame Fraud Fugitives, a new Netflix documentary that was released today on the streaming service.

Sarma Melngailis, a vegan restaurateur, and her relationship with Anthony Strangis are the focus of Bad V.

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Sarma Melngailis Bad Vegan Documentary - What Is The Perpetual Pup On Netflix? 

Bad Vegan is a new Netflix documentary that may track Melngailis' deterioration since she claims her husband had an outsized influence on her. In addition, on March 16, 2022, Netflix UK will release a completely new documentary collection.

The Perpetual Pup isn't just about selling immortality to your fuzzy close friend, but it's also an ad and marketing strategy for the recently released Netflix documentary Bad Vegan.

Netflix has also built a website with further information on the fictitious pet immortality firm. Their creativity and foresight aid the cosmic links that exist between individuals and their canine companions.

The story details how Sarma's Pure Food and Wine became a celebrity hotspot for a time and how Sarma became engaged with a man named Anthony Strangis, who blackmailed her and stole money from her.

She then embezzled $2 million from her staff and investors, and things quickly spiraled downward.

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