Duane 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' Chapman Talks about Latest Bond He's Working on That Was Written by Late Wife Beth
“Dog the Bounty Hunter” star Duane “Dog” Chapman, 67, is on the hunt again in “Dog’s Most Wanted.” The reality star recently revealed how the bounty he’s hunting for is somehow connected to his late wife.
It’s been eight months since Duane’s wife, Beth Chapman, died from complications related to cancer. Speaking to “Fox News,” the reality star shared how he would be working on his biggest bond to date.
What makes the bond unique is that it also happens to be the last one his late wife wrote. Duane explained that he was hunting Kameron Lawhead stating: "The bail they've set for him right now is $1.5 million."
Duane Chapman promotes his book "When Mercy Is Shown, Mercy Is Given" at Borders Wall Street on March 19, 2010 in New York City | Photo: Getty Images
Duane to pay tribute to late wife
Beth initially wrote the million-dollar bond, but the amount has since been increased by a judge. Speaking about Lawhead, the reality star revealed that the man "has vowed not to go back to jail."
"My tears have turned to blood”
Duane shared how he was honoring his wife by doing the hunt for her saying: "My tears have turned to blood.” He, however, confessed that he was going to mourn her for the rest of his life.
Dog will be hunting with his son
Despite that, he shared that he was now finding new meaning to his life by “separate[ing] the men from the boys." The reality star revealed that he had a couple of men who would be joining him, including his son and his two brothers.
Duane confessed that he wished his wife was by his side because she always pushed him to go above and beyond to do his job. He admitted he missed her threats to not talk to her if he failed to catch one of the bad guys, but he still believed there was an afterlife.
Beth is in heaven
The star shared how he believed his wife was in heaven and would be helping them out in their bounty hunting. Beth died at the age of 51 in June 2019.
Bonnie wears mom’s ashes
Duane isn’t the only one who is still mourning Beth. On New Year’s Day, her daughter Bonnie Chapman took to social media to reveal what she did with her mother’s ashes following her death.
In a lengthy message, Bonnie shared how she still paid tribute to her mother by wearing her ashes around her neck every single day.