'Dog the Bounty Hunter' reportedly sued for defaulted home payments, owes $109,000 in expenses
Duane "Dog" Chapman and wife Beth Chapman are among others being sued for house payments in Nevada.
According to Star Adviser, Karen and Craig Mills have listed expenses amounting to $109,000 for the Chapman's home in Nevada. The house is located at 558 Portlock Road.
The "Dog the Bounty Hunter" stars agreed to purchase the home on January 1, 2015, for $2.8 million. Since that time, they've been making payments in limited compliance with a document.
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The Mills never ensured that an "agreement of sale" was signed by the Chapmans. When the reality stars defaulted on payments, they racked up utility expenses, property taxes, insurance premiums, and other monthly payments.
The Mills files the lawsuit in First Circuit Court on Wednesday. They claim the Chapmans have also "refused to vacate the Portlock Property."
They are seeking ejection of the celebrity couple. In addition to the owed expenses, the prosecutors requested an unknown figure to cover attorneys' fees and other damages.
The lawsuit comes amid Beth's cancer battle. Her throat cancer returned nearly a year after it was declared completely removed.
The family is reportedly struggling financially with Beth's illness. Duane returned to doing bounty hunter work to help cover medical expenses.
Beth still made sure to enjoy the holiday season, however. On December 22, she shared with fans that she had been out shopping.
She posted a picture wearing a black leather jacket and smiling while holding a cocktail glass.
The caption read:
"Last Saturday of shopping before Christmas. Good luck to all of you who wait till the last minute ..we’ll be over here at the Martini Bar."
Some days prior, Duane spent time with fans at the Chapel Hills Mall in Colorado Springs for a holiday appearance titled, “Dog is Coming to Town.”
Although he has expressed his despair about his wife's situation, the reality star still makes time for fans. He took pictures with tons of them who had lined up waiting for him.
The Chapmans now have even more on their plate in addition to Beth's cancer. We hope that both parties, the Mills and the Chapmans, are treated fairly and come out happy and alive.