to connectVideoBeth Chapman, wife of Dog ” the Bounty Hunter loses battle with cancer
Beth Chapman, who, with her husband, Duane ” Dog “Chapman, was, in the popular reality series” Dog the Bounty Hunter, ” died on Wednesday in a Honolulu hospital.
Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman’s daughter, the Bonnie and Chapman, will come to his defense.
Rumors are circulating that the Dog, 66, was spotted by a dinner with a mystery woman just weeks after the death of his wife, and her mother, Beth Chapman, but Who was quick to set the record straight.
“Angry at my father’s behalf that he could not go to a business dinner, no one to speculate on a date,” the 20-year-old wrote on her Instagram accounts on Sunday. “Leave our family alone and to please him. Do not let my father, let him to try to stay out of our business in peace.”
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Beth died on the 26th of June, in Honolulu, after a two-year battle with throat and lung cancer. She was a 51-year-old.
“If you really want to know who she is, and she is also a member of the crew, and he was with 8 other people at that dinner,” Bonnie added.
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Beth and Dog had been married for almost 13 years and shared a daughter, Bonnie and son, Garry, on 18. They also had 10 other children from previous relationships.
“It’s 5:32 in the Hawaiian islands, this is the time when she would wake up to go hiking at Koko Head mountain. Just today, she ran up the stairs to the sky. We all love you, Beth. See you on the other hand,” Dog”, wrote a letter to the morning of his wife’s death.
Last month, Who said that she doubted her father would marry again.
“Nope, he had found his soul mate,” she wrote on the social media. “No one can take her place in his heart. Their love was one of a kind and it really made me believe that love really does exist.”
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She also added that she misses her mother, “like a fool”, but will find solace in the fact that “cancer can no longer hurt her. It is no longer in pain and is finally feeling normal again.”