Several months after the death of his beloved wife, Duane “Dog” Chapman, also known as “Dog the Bounty Hunter” has reportedly found himself in a new relationship. However, one of his daughter’s is not happy about it.
Shortly after the new year, Lyssa Chapman took to Twitter suggesting that another woman has come into her father’s life and replaced her step-mom Beth Chapman‘s clothes with her own.
The tweet read, “If someone who met your family by dating your brother, tried to date your father after your stepmom died what would you do? If you went to your mother’s closet and saw she moved all her clothes and replaced them with her own, what would you do?”
She included the hashtag, “It’s Not When Or Why It’s Who.” Lyssa then continued, after receiving backlash for meddling in her father’s love life.
“My dad is a GROWN A** MAN. His money. His dynasty. But you can guarantee that my name is not going down in history as a person who supported this.” Lyssa’s sister, Cecily Chapman, also responded to the news of their father’s new friend.
She wrote, “I’ve been very quiet concerning the circumstances but tbh what kinda “friend” moves into a dead friend’s house with their husband?! And ACTS LIKE THEY DID NOTHING WRONG?”
In September, Duane was admitted into a hospital for chest pains. In an interview with KDVR, he said, “There’s something haywire or it’s psychologically. I don’t know. I guess things happen like that. I’ve never… I don’t do drugs.”
“It feels much better now. And I’m going through some psychological things right now too, so that doesn’t help. I think, basically, I had a broken heart. And of course, it’s going to heal.”
Duane’s late wife, Beth, passed away after a long two-year battle with cancer in June. Duane and Beth were married for 13 years.
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