June 29, 2019

Beth Chapman's Daughter Cecily Posts Photo of Mom in Leather

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Beth Chapman’s daughter, Cecily, shared a beautiful photo of her late mother looking like the tough fighter she is, days after her passing from cancer.

In the wake of her death, family and fans of Beth Chapman have paid their respects through tributes posted on social media. Her daughter, Cecily, is among the many that shared a beautiful photo of the late reality star on Instagram.

Although the post had no caption, the picture itself spoke of the woman Chapman was -- strong, brave, bold, and beautiful. Fans commented their thoughts and condolences to the family of the beloved star in their time of grieve. 


“She’s on my mind and in my prayers. She raised you well Cecily. She’s in your heart and always will be,” one comment read.

The daughter of the “Dog the Bounty Hunter” actress also posted photos and videos of her mother on her Instagram story, including one that said: “My mommy was my world.” Another story previewed the memorial of the Chapman matriarch and said:

“Feel free to come pay respects and leave flowers. She loved this island so much and the people meant so much to her.”


A week before her demise, Chapman penned a sweet message to her daughter, which she posted on Instagram, in honor of her 26th birthday. She wrote:

“A true beauty with street smarts she’s reliable dependable trustworthy and true a bit devious but that comes from her upbringing she’s clever and sassy but you’ll find no one more loyal to family then she! Through thick and through thin all out or all in we have muddled through this together.”


Chapman lost her battle to throat cancer on Wednesday, June 26, after fighting for years. Over the weekend, the “Dog the Bounty” star was rushed to the hospital where she was put in a medically-induced coma.

She experienced difficulty in breathing which was later referred to as emergency “choking.”Sadly, the incident resulted in a tragedy, although her sickness was already classified as terminal by doctors in 2017.