Wife of 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' speaks out for the first time after surgery reveals cancer
Beth Chapman was recently rushed to the hospital due to a throat blockage. She finally shared her first words after the surgery.
The 51-year-old was transported to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, in Los Angeles, California, on Tuesday but returned to social media two days later.
The "Dog, The Bounty Hunter" star took to her Instagram page to share a heartbreaking photo of herself in a hospital bed with her husband, Duane Dog Chapman, by her side.
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NOT READY TO BACK DOWN
Under the picture, Beth wrote: "Another bend in the road, yet not the end of the road." These words prove that Beth is not willing to give up and is ready to fight cancer once more.
The news that cancer had returned was confirmed by Beth's attorney, Andrew Brettler, who shared that doctors considered her health condition as "serious" and they were "evaluating her treatment options."
The TV star was first diagnosed with stage II throat cancer back in 2017 but she managed to beat it with the appropriate medical treatment and the full support of her family.
DARK TIMES CAPTURED ON CAMERA
The Chapmans went through quite a rough and emotional period and their struggle was documented in a two-hour special titled "Dog and Beth: Fight of Their Lives," produced by A&E.
The special ended with Duane announcing that his beloved wife was cancer-free, but now they will have to go through the same process and be stronger than ever.
"Another bend in the road, yet not the end of the road."
BEING EACH OTHER'S ROCK
During the 30 years that they have been together, Duane and Beth have lived through many adventures and several ups and downs, including the death of their daughter, Barbara Katy Chapman, in 2006.
Their show was canceled after eights seasons back in 2012, prompting them to move to another show, "Dong and Beth: On the Hunt," which eventually came to an end four years later after only three seasons on the air.