Claudia Schiffer has agreed to pay a farmer £8,000 after her dog killed one of his sheep

Police also inspected the former supermodel’s £25million mansion after legal proceedings were launched over German Shepherd Rollo.

They wanted to ensure it could not escape again.

The Sun on Sunday told last week how Rollo terrorised pregnant ewes in a neighbouring farm at Culworth, Northants.

The attack followed two similar ones where four sheep were found dead with bite marks.

Claudia, 48, and her film producer husband Matthew Vaughn, 47, had failed to settle with the sheep’s owner Alan Collett — despite a police voluntary control order.

But finally Claudia and Matthew reached a last-gasp settlement after the National Farmers’ Union began legal proceedings on farmer Alan Collett’s behalf.

He said: “Claudia’s dog got into my field which is about a mile from her house.

“My wife rang in tears because there were sheep laying everywhere covered in blood.

“We now live in fear. The dog could do it again. All the neighbouring farmers are worried. Claudia hasn’t learned from previous incidents.

In 2006 she was twice warned by police to keep her dogs under control.

Mr Collett added: “Once a dog has tasted blood it wants more. There has been no offer to re-train or re-house the dog.”

The deal is understood to be for £8,000 on top of a £300 vets’ bill.

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