Duane 'Dog' Chapman’s Granddaughter Chloé Suffers an Injury During the Family's 7-day RV Trip
The junior Chapman clan had a slight setback when one of its little members, Chloe tore a ligament on the second day of their vacation.
As seen from a post from Dog's son, Wesley, his daughter Chloe was unlucky as she suffered an injury which saw her tear a ligament while they were on their seven-day RV trip.
The dad’s post featured an image that showed him carry Chloe on his back, and captioned it:
“When your daughter decides to tear a ligament day 2 of the RV trip.. you have no choice but to carry her around on your back for the rest of the trip”
“2 days down… 5 more to go!”
and a series of hashtags.
Fans sympathized with Wesley through their encouraging comments and wished poor Chloe quick recovery.
One Instagram user wrote:
“Aww.. poor thing…hope she gets better…Would.love to RV there… It looks beautiful…”
While another commented:
“That’s a good ddy (daddy).”
Wesley, alongside his wife Jodie and two children, embarked on the journey a few days back after they witnessed the Celebration of Life memorial in tribute to Beth Chapman who died on June 26 after a long battle with cancer. The ceremony took place in Colorado.
DUANE’S SON, LELAND CHAPMAN ALSO SUFFERED A PHYSICAL INJURY WHILE ON DUTY EARLIER
As acquired from reports, Leland tore his ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) while on his first manhunt since Beth passed away. Details revealed that the chap had to be hospitalized after he had an encounter with a fugitive in Adams County, Colorado while trying to bring him in.
Sources disclosed that Leland and his father went on the hunt for the criminal named Edward Morales after he failed to show up in court after being charged with domestic violence and subsequently pled guilty to harassment.
Leland was one of the crew members who got to the scene of Edward’s arrest early, and it was during the struggle to have him captured that he sustained the injury.
He was rushed to receive healthcare immediately and was subsequently positioned for surgery to handle the damage.