Lyssa Chapman Shares Throwback Photos from Her 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' Days
Lyssa Chapman, after ending her feud with Beth Chapman reflected on the time she spent on DTBH, and the memories are quite touching.
Lyssa Rae Chapman amid the news of the hospitalization of her stepmother, Beth Chapman, took time to reflect on the time she spent as a regular cast of the A&E show, “Dog the Bounty Hunter.”
Lyssa who was on the show for six years alongside her father, Duane “Dog” Chapman, Beth and other family members shared fond memories in short video clips to her Instagram story.
In the first, Beth who is seen leaning behind Duane Chapman Jr., and the former bounty hunter revealed that the photo dates back to June 2010, and appeared in her Facebook memories.
In the second, the Hawaii resident wrote the words “So many memories,” alongside framed posters of the show hanging on the wall. Lyssa’s post is a sign of good faith, as she and her stepmother had a falling out that continued until the news of her hospitalization broke.
After it became public that the 51-year-old bounty hunter was in a medically induced coma in a hospital in Hawaii, a fan asked the former A&E star if she would have no regrets if something happened to her stepmother.
Beth, who has been battling throat cancer, was rushed to the hospital on Saturday night after she had difficulty breathing and passed out.
Duane confirmed her hospitalization with a post on Twitter asking fans to pray for her, and the family's spokesperson, Mona Wood-Sword said in a statement that the reality star was put in a coma to let her heal without feeling pain.
Wood-Sword added that the entire family considers Beth a fighter, and they have hope that she’ll pull through. Duane is also by his wife’s side, fighting with her and giving her strength.
The Chapman family patriarch told "DailyMailTv" last month that during Beth’s cancer fight, he has cried a lot because the TV star is his “Everything.” The father-of-twelve also said that this is the biggest challenge of his life, and he had no intention of letting her die.
Beth’s cancer returned in 2018 after she was declared cancer-free in 2017, and she has refused chemotherapy, choosing to use the alternative medicine route of CBD and THC-based therapies.