Beth Chapman's Daughter Bonnie Requests That Fans Not Ask for Her Late Mother's Ashes

Bettina Dizon
Jul 19, 2019
05:59 P.M.
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Bonnie Chapman shut down a fan’s random and unorthodox request on Instagram for her mother, the late Beth Chapman’s, ashes: “Ashes are for family, no one else.”

Beth Chapman’s daughter, Bonnie, recently shared a photo of her family going to the celebration at Life at the Christian Heritage Center in Aurora, Colorado, alongside a caption which was directed at a fan who asked for a bizarre and somewhat disrespectful request.

“Please don’t ask me for my mother’s ashes… Ashes are for family, no one else. No exceptions,” she wrote.


Since Beth’s passing, Bonnie has been on a roll with posting about things that involve her late mother. On Thursday, she addressed weird rumors that she was actually Beth’s granddaughter. On her story, she wrote:

“Never thought that someone would [accuse] me of not being my mom’s daughter.”


Beth died on June 26, 2019, after battling throat cancer for a while. After her two memorial services, one in her home, Hawaii, and one in the place she grew up in, Colorado, the Chapman patriarch, Duane “Dog” Chapman shared that he still cries upon hearing and seeing his wife’s videos.


The interview revealed that Beth was able to take part in filming some parts of the highly-anticipated series “Dog’s Most Wanted,” a spinoff of “Dog the Bounty Hunter.” Although it is unsure of how much airing time Beth will get, she will definitely be seen in some of the clips.

“So I mean, I’ve already looked at some of them, OK, and I see her, and I hear her and I freaking start bawling cause it happened,” he revealed. “I just instantly start crying.”


The interview also had Beth’s two children, Bonnie and Garry, who had nothing but kind words for their late mother and shared the lessons she has imparted on them while still alive. Bonnie recalled the determination and passion she had which Beth taught her.

Meanwhile, Garry, who is better known as “little Beth” among the family, shared his gratefulness for having a mother such as Beth to raise and nourish him well; making him “the man I am today.”