Her devoted husband Duane, Dog the Bounty Hunter, Chapman refused to leave his wife's side after she was put in a medically-induced coma over the weekend. I have cried a lot over this because Beth is my everything. On Monday night he posted a poignant picture of her bandaged hand hooked up to a drip. And it's obvious to see where his dedication to his beloved wife and bounty hunting business partner comes from. Married five times and father to 12 children, the star - who shot to fame by tracking down criminals in the show Dog The Bounty Hunter - was finally tamed by Beth when they walked down the aisle in
Dog The Bounty Hunter shows wife Beth Chapman is as glam as ever as she remains in coma
Dog The Bounty Hunter emotionally recalls Beth Chapman's final moments | Metro News
Bonnie, Beth and Dog Chapman's youngest daughter, spoke about what it's like to grieve in the public eye, and how she and her family are coping with misinformation surrounding her mother's death. As one of the youngest in a family that has been the focus of reality TV for over a decade, Bonnie has lived her life in the public eye since age 4. Now, Bonnie has lost her mother to cancer. My mom was naked in the bathroom and told my dad to look at her. And that was the last moment that we really saw her completely conscious.
Dog The Bounty Hunter has shared a touching picture of his wife Beth Chapman as she remains in a medically induced coma. Months later, she announced she was cancer-free, but unfortunately, the cancer returned last year, leading her to have an emergency operation to remove a mass in her throat. Her health deteriorated after the surgery, and Beth later learned the cancer had spread to her lungs and was incurable. I have cried a lot over this because Beth is my everything. She is my rock and my bodyguard.
BETH Chapman's ashes were scattered in a secret location in the waters off Hawaii during a paddle-out ceremony on Saturday. Dozens of family and friends gathered to remember Beth , who had asked to be memorialised in Hawaii because it was her favourite place in the world. Addressing mourners, Duane said: "She said, 'Please Hawaiian style… please do this right'. Participants paddle out to sea on surfboards or small boats with garlands round their necks before joining hands, praying, and tossing the flowers into the centre of the circle. In line with Beth's wishes, mourners also performed the traditional Hawaiian "oli" chant.