Dog the Bounty Hunter‘s Beth Chapman went into the hospital for emergency surgery after doctors discovered a mass in her throat. TMZ reported that she had trouble breathing before her emergency admission. However, Beth later moved to Recovery. Beth, the wife of Duane ‘Dog’ Chapman, suffered a diagnosis of throat cancer last year.
‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ show starred Duane and Beth Chapman
Beth is known for her role as the business partner with Duane in DTBH which aired on A&E until its cancellation. Their other show, Dog and Beth: On the Hunt also gained many followers. She seemed fine the night before her admission. The couple were spotted leaving Craig’s on Monday but suffered from breathing problems overnight. Later, rushed to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, doctors started operating.
Andrew Brettler, the couple’s attorney confirmed her serious situation. Fans of the show obviously felt distressed last year when she underwent surgery for cancer of the throat. Now, ‘Dog’ the Bounty hunter, Duane, faces the knowledge that despite her brave fight, the couple face calamity again.
Emergency surgery brings the family to Beth’s side
‘Dog’ of course, rushed to the bedside of his wife with other family expected to arrive. For ‘Dog’ the cancer diagnosis brought deep concern. This, despite Beth’s fight-back attitude. Last year, she told Radar Online that she’s “never been a victim and I won’t let cancer beat me.” Hopefully, that fighting spirit prevails as she faces yet another setback.
Tragedy already struck the lives of the couple on the eve of their wedding. At the time, Hawaii News Now reported that Duane’s daughter, Barbara Katy Chapman, (23) died in a car accident. ‘Dog, a renowned bounty hunter for success in bringing fugitives to justice, focuses on family right now.
Beth Chapman in recovery, according to the official ‘DTBH’ Twitter account
The official Dog the Bounty Hunter news account on Twitter, DTBH noted that Beth went into recovery following her emergency surgery. Many fans on Twitter sent their prayers and thoughts to the family. Others noted that she’s been “through hell and back” but hope she overcomes her battle as Beth Chapman’s a fighter.
Twitter user @taylortcor, posted, “As soon as I heard the news I started praying, I’ll continue to pray. God is still with you both. You’re a strong woman, you can beat this.” Yet another user, @strwar, spoke for many fans when they wrote, “I hope she is okay. Dog The Bounty Hunter and her have had strong adventures together.”
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