Bonnie Chapman from 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' Dreams about Mother Beth Chapman Still Alive
The Chapman family is still mourning the death of family matriarch Beth Chapman and this was quite evident in Bonnie Chapman’s recent tweet that referenced her late mother.
On Wednesday, February 26, 2020, Bonnie took to her Twitter account to share with her fans that she had a sad dream about her later mother Beth. In the tweet, the former “Dog the Bounty Hunter” star wrote: “I had a dream my mom wasn’t gone, waking up to reality knowing she’s not coming back.. ouch.”
The Colorado native’s recent post marked her return to Twitter that same afternoon. Bonnie, 21, had been off the platform for almost four months.
Bonnie returns to Twitter
In her first post, the reality star wrote: “Sooo I’m back.” Recently, Bonnie’s father, Duane “Dog” Chapman, 67, appeared to have moved on and found love again after losing his wife in June 2019.
Rumors circulated that the “Dog’s Most Wanted” reality star was romantically involved with his wife’s longtime assistant Moon Angell. However, it was revealed that the rumors weren’t true.
Chapman kids watch old shows to see mom
A month after Beth passed on, Duane gave an interview where he shared how his children would watch episodes of “Dog’s Most Wanted” just to have another chance to “see” their mother again. The family patriarch said: “Now that’s her blood, some of those kids,” adding “And the ones that ain’t her blood, she raised.”
Duane’s medical scare
In September 2019, a few months after she lost her mother, Bonnie faced a medical scare when her father had to be rushed to a hospital. Duane suffered chest pains at his Colorado home before being taken for urgent medical treatment.
Bonnie supports her father
Doctors had to decide if the star needed to undergo corrective surgery. To show her father support, Bonnie took to social media where she shared a sweet message.
I had a dream my mom wasn’t gone, waking up to reality knowing she’s not coming back.. ouch— Bonnie Chapman (@Bonniejoc) February 26, 2020
Sharing old photos of parents
The young woman also posted an old family photo that featured her parents on Instagram. Beth died at the age of 51 after a long battle with throat cancer.