Duane Chapman from 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' Tells Late Wife Beth That He's No Longer Afraid in Emotional Post
Duane "Dog" Chapman shared yet another emotional post to pay tribute to his late wife, Beth Chapman.
Duane "Dog" Chapman has made it clear on several occasions that he is still mourning the death of his wife, Beth Chapman.
Despite their troubles, Dog and Beth stuck with each other, and in 2005, Dog proposed to Beth in Las Vegas.
In light of that, the "Dog the Bounty Hunter" star, on Saturday, shared another throwback photo with Beth, per a Pop Culture story.
In the image, the couple looked as happy as ever as Dog explained in the caption that he wasn't afraid anymore.
While some fans were left to wonder what he had stopped being fearful of, many others offered their good wishes for the reality star.
One fan stated that he had Dog and his family in his prayers while another commented that the 67-year-old needed to focus on taking care of himself.
According to Pop Culture, Dog's post came amid the drama surrounding his daughter, Lyssa, and step-daughter, Cecily's clash with him.
Lyssa and Cecily have made it known that they are not happy about Dog's relationship with Moon Angell, who is a longtime assistant and close friend to Beth.
The situation allegedly became worse after Lyssa got arrested for harassment in January – even though Dog recently claimed that he and Lyssa are on better terms.
Soon after that, a clip of the father-of-twelve seemingly proposing to Moon surfaced after the pair appeared on "The Dr. Oz Show" earlier this month.
It was, however, revealed in the full episode that Dog was trying to prove that they were nothing but friends.
Meanwhile, Country Living recalled that Beth and Dog had met back in 1988 when the former was nineteen and the latter was thirty-five.
What followed were a few years of the couple dealing with several issues including being married to other people, enduring substance abuse and run-ins with the law.
The pair got married in May 2006 and remained together until Beth passed away from lung cancer in June 2019.