April 26, 2019

Leland Chapman Might Have Fired Back at His Wife in a Cryptic New Post on Social Media

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Leland Chapman and his wife appear to be having relationship issues. The couple has allegedly been trading cryptic messages via social media for a while.

However, they recently unfollowed each other on social media

Duane “Dog” Chapman’s son, Leland Chapman and wife, Jamie Chapman, don’t appear to be on good terms. On Wednesday, Leland took to Instagram to share another cryptic message that might be addressed to his wife.


The quote read: “money is no longer the root of evil, attention is.” Some of Leland’s fans took to the comments section to claim that he was, indeed, feuding with his wife.

However, Leland never confirmed or denied the claims. Through her Instagram Story, Jamie appeared to respond to her husband’s post by slamming him.


She shared

“Guys want a pretty girl until they actually get a pretty girl, and then they get insecure and make her feel bad for all the attention she gets.”

Before things went sour between the two, they used to share their affection for one another on social media. Once when Leland posted a shirtless photo of himself by a lake; his wife addressed him in the comments section.


In a series of now-deleted comments, Jamie shared her adoration and appreciation for him. Leland also posted his wife’s modeling photos to his Instagram account.

One of the pictures showed her wearing a “Netflix and Chill” t-shirt and a pair of boyshorts. Another photo showed her sprawled out on their bed, topless, wearing nothing but body-hugging bottoms.


He captioned the image revealing that he couldn’t wait to get home to the love of his life. Leland’s father was the star of the series “Dog the Bounty Hunter.”

They both feature on WGN America’s new series called “Dog's Most Wanted.”

Last month, the Morgan County Sheriff’s Office in Alabama posted two photos on their Facebook page revealing how Leland had apprehended a fugitive. The suspect was delivered to the Morgan County Jail.

At the time, the sheriff’s office wrote: “It was great to have Leland and the crew for ‘Dog’s Most Wanted’ stop by and visit with our team!”