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March 18, 2019

Beth Chapman Flaunts ‘Girl Power’ by Posing in All Black with a Weapon Amid Cancer Battle

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"Dog the Bounty Hunter" star, Beth Chapman, shared an epic "Girl Power" photo looking every bit a badass woman amid her ongoing battle with throat cancer.

The 51-year-old wife of Duane “Dog” Chapman took to Instagram recently to share a snap of herself, sporting a dark outfit and a hat from under which her blonde curls peeked out. Adding a touch of girl power, Beth showed off her baby pink nails.

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In November 2018, Beth was rushed to the hospital in Los Angeles for an emergency surgery to clear a throat blockage that was obstructing her airways.

In her post, the star detailed all the synonyms of the word "tenacity," including "perseverance," "single-mindedness," "staying power," and "relentlessness." She finished the message with a hashtag #girlpower.

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THE COUPLE'S LATEST SHOW

Beth and her husband Dog apprehended a man named Jinel Sexton while filming their new series for WGN America, "Dog's Most Wanted." 

In September last year, Sexton, who was wanted on child sex charges, including sexual battery and rape of a minor, first had an arrest warrant out on him after his escape in the wake of posting a $200,000 bond.

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Announcing that he and his team would return to television, Dog, who worked in the law enforcement, wrote:

“Crime in America is skyrocketing! Criminals are finding it easier to avoid the system. With more and more dangerous criminals running the streets the time couldn’t be better for the World’s Greatest Network to bring back the World’s Greatest Bounty Hunter. Fugitives beware!”

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BATTLING THROAT CANCER

The announcement of the show came only weeks after Dog confirmed that Beth had been diagnosed again with aggressive cancer.

In November 2018, Beth was rushed to the hospital in Los Angeles for an emergency surgery to clear a throat blockage that was obstructing her airways. The doctors then revealed that the cancer had returned.

Beth was first diagnosed with stage II throat cancer in September 2017 and had to undergo surgery to have the tumor removed from her neck. 

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