Easy There, Tiger!

Who wants to tussle? Famed Vegas illusionists Siegfried and Roy have brought home five tiger cubs – and were recently seen cuddling with and (yes) nibbling on the adorable critters. (Roy Horn playfully chewed on one’s ear.)

Lawsuit Alleges Siegfried Drugged Roy

A former security guard for Roy Horn has filed a lawsuit alleging that the entertainer’s partner, Siegfried Fischbacher, gave Horn excess medication during his recovery from a near-fatal tiger mauling.

Louis Mydlach, 34, who claims he was wrongly fired after being subjected to emotional distress after Horn’s injury two years ago, seeks damages of more than $40,000 in his civil suit, filed Tuesday in Clark County District Court.

Roy Horn Constantly in Pain 2 Years Later

Monday marks the 61st birthday of retired Las Vegas illusionist Roy Horn – as well as the second anniversary of his near-death onstage experience with a white tiger.

“I meditate a lot, but I am constantly in pain,” Horn, who can now walk unaided for short distances, tells his local paper, the Las Vegas Sun. “I’m trying to live with this.”

Ex Raider Wanted in Siegfried & Roy Drive-by

Police are looking for a former Oakland Raiders place-kicker as part of their investigation into a Sept. 21 drive-by shooting at the Las Vegas home of Siegfried Fischbacher and Roy Horn.

Cole Murdoch Ford, 31, whose three-year NFL career ended after several crucial missed kicks during the 1997 season, was named in a felony warrant stemming from the shooting, Sgt. Chris Jones tells the Associated Press.

Gunman Fires on Siegfried & Roy's Home

A gunman opened fire on the Las Vegas home of Siegfried Fischbacher and Roy Horn on Sept. 21, shouting that the entertainers should get out of the country, police in the gaming capital said on Monday.

Authorities initially labeled the drive-by shooting as a hate crime but later said a patrol officer had misclassified the case.

According to a police report obtained by the Associated Press, a gardener who witnessed the incident said he saw the gunman driving the van as it cruised twice past the compound about 6:15 p.m. on Sept. 21.

TV Special Looks into Roy's Tiger Attack

In an NBC special set to air Wednesday, Roy Horn of Siegfried & Roy speaks out about his Oct. 3, 2003, onstage clash with a 600-pound white tiger that nearly mauled him to death.

Siegfried & Roy: The Miracle features Horn, 59, interviewed by Maria Shriver, who tells the Associated Press of the fateful incident that left a now wheelchair-bound Horn incapacitated and the Las Vegas show with his partner Siegfried Fischbacher shuttered: “No one is 100 percent sure what happened that night.”

Roy Horn Makes Rare Public Appearance

Roy Horn made a rare public appearance on the Las Vegas Strip on Tuesday night, flashing a thumbs-up from his wheelchair at Havana Night Club, a Cuban revue he and partner Siegfried Fischbacher are co-producing, reports the Associated Press.

“He stayed for the whole show and loved it,” Dave Kirvin, a spokesman for Siegfried & Roy said Wednesday, adding that Horn met with cast members after the previous evening’s performance.

Feds Try to Probe Roy Horn Tiger Incident

The company that produced the Siegfried & Roy show in Las Vegas has refused to give federal investigators a video of the fateful performance in which Roy Horn was mauled by a tiger, the Associated Press reports.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture attempted to obtain the tape through two recent subpoenas, but the Virginia-based Feld Entertainment, which also produces the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, would not surrender the footage.

Roy Horn Moved to Colorado Hospital

Roy Horn, of the Las Vegas duo Siegfried & Roy, appears to have taken another step on the road to recovery.

Horn, who was mauled by a white tiger during a performance on Oct. 3, 2003, has been transported to a Colorado hospital that specializes in spinal cord and traumatic brain injury rehabilitation, the Associated Press reports.

The famed performer arrived at Craig Hospital in Englewood, near Denver, earlier this week, and was evaluated on Thursday. A spokesman for Horn would not comment on his length of stay or the type of treatment he might receive.

Roy Horn Gets Exclusive with Maria Shriver

PLANNED: Roy Horn, 59, of Siegfried & Roy – who was severely mauled by a 600-lb. white tiger onstage in October – will speak exclusively to Maria Shriver in an NBC special to air this fall that will encompass his recovery from the animal injuries and a subsequent stroke, says the network. Shriver, 48, on leave from NBC News to tend to duties as California’s first lady, does special projects for the network. NBC also has plans for an animated series, Father of the Pride, based on Siegfried & Roy and the animals in their former act.