Duane 'Dog' Chapman Talks about Beth & Reveals He's Still in Mourning 8 Months Later in a Candid Interview
Duane "Dog" Chapman had a soul-stirring chat with ET's Kevin Frazier, where he opened up about life after Beth's death and his rumored new relationship.
Earlier in the week, bounty hunter Duane Chapman sat in an interview with ET Online, where he relayed how he has been faring following the passing of his wife and fellow reality star, Beth Chapman.
Dog was dressed in his signature ranger outfit as he emotionally remembered the good times he spent with his late partner. He also talked about how his kids were handling the matriarch's death eight months after.
DUANE COULDN'T HOLD BACK TEARS
Duane refuted the famous phrase about time as he told Frazier that time doesn't heal wounds. He made it known that he misses Beth every day. Unable to hold back tears, the TV personality said he misses,
"Her comments, her touch, her smell, her encouragement, her, 'I am going to hire a real bounty hunter if you don't catch this guy,' Her teasing me, her [saying], 'We say the blessing before we eat."
The "Dog the Bounty Hunter" star went on to talk about the latest happenings causing some controversies in his family. Months after Beth's passing, Chapman was reported to be in another relationship.
DUANE'S SUPPOSED RELATIONSHIP
In months following Beth's death, news surfaced that Duane began a relationship with his wife's long time assistant, Moon Angell. His daughters were upset about the development, and it was reported that they disapproved.
Chapman was first diagnosed with throat cancer in 2017.
Duane, however, brought the rumors to a halt and surprised fans with a public proposal to Angell during an interview with Dr. Mehmet Oz. It later turned to be a false proposal, and Moon Angell herself admitted she did not want to marry him.
This year's valentine's day is the first Duane "Dog" is experiencing without his lover, and it must have been devastating for the 67-year-old celebrity.
In honor of Beth Chapman, Duane took to Instagram, where he penned a tribute to the late reality star. He posted a montage of Beth's photos and also included one of Moon's photos in celebrating the season.
Last year, in June, Beth Chapman lost her life after battling throat cancer for a while. The 51-year-old bounty hunter passed on at the Queen's Medical Centre in Hawaii.
Chapman was first diagnosed with throat cancer in 2017, and after a while, she informed fans that she was free of the ailment.
It, however, returned the following year, which resulted in an emergency surgery where doctors removed a mass in her throat.
She underwent chemotherapy for a while, which she quitted and referred to her ailment as a test of faith. Despite her deteriorating health, Beth continued to work on their reality show without relenting.