Beth Chapman’s Daughter ‘Had to Evacuate’ apartment Because of a Fire, Shares Her Room’s Photo

Comfort Omovre
Apr 13, 2019
12:16 P.M.
Share this pen

Bonnie Chapman gives an update on the fire outbreak at her apartment as she reassured fans of her safety.


Duane “Dog” Chapman’s daughter, Bonnie Chapman, experienced a terrifying situation when on Sunday, a fire broke out at her apartment. Posting on Instagram, she informs her followers of the incident and how she was able to handle the situation.


She captioned the post:

"Had to evacuate the building because there was a fire, we're ok though,"

Chapman also included a photo showing a part of a room with nice wall paintings.

Photo | Instagram \ Bonnie Chapman


The 20-year-old is born to reality stars, Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman and Beth Chapman. Also a reality TV actor, Bonnie Joanne Chapman was born in 1998 in Denver, Colorado. She appeared on the family’s reality shows, “Dog the Bounty Hunter” and “Dog and Beth: On the Hunt” in 2003 and 2013 respectively.

Bonnie is the last child in the large Chapman family.

Presently residing in Denver, Bonnie is the only Chapman who doesn’t stay with the family. She is also in college.

Being very active on Instagram, the young adult has garnered for herself over 34.1k followers whom she never fails to update on events surrounding her life.


Earlier this year, Bonnie mourned the loss of her best friend whom she described as “a bright shining star.”

Chapman shared the heartbreaking news while she included an emotional description of her friend. She wrote on Instagram while including a photo of her and her friend:

"Never expected I had to say goodbye to one of my best friends. One of my only friends, the one who was there for me. I’m going to miss you, Elysia; you always were an angel. Rest In Peace love.”


Following this, the budding celebrity opened a Gofundme account in honor of Elysia Bassett as she gathered funds for her friend’s funeral expenses.

Bonnie also celebrated her parents' new show “Dog’s Most Wanted” which is soon to be released on WGN America. She wrote on Twitter:

"So glad everyone got to hear the good news! What do you think about the new announcement?"


Last month, while sharing a lengthy write up on Instagram, Chapman revealed to her fans that she is pansexual. In the post, Bonnie stated that she had been keeping to herself on the issue of her sexuality. She explained:

"I’m pansexual, now I’m sure the term is familiar with some people. It means to me I fall in love with personalities, rather than a gender. I haven’t told many people until now."

The young Chapman also revealed that she was initially hesitant to tell her parents, but after she did, the senior Chapmans accepted her. She went ahead to inform her followers that they were free to unfollow her if they wished.

Fans, however, filled the comment section with words of encouragement as they cheered her.