Duane 'Dog' Chapman's Daughter Lyssa Comments on His New Relationship after Wife Beth's Death
Duane "Dog" Chapman's daughter, Lyssa Chapman, showed her fans where she stood as regards her father's alleged relationship with Francie Frane.
Duane "Dog" Chapman's daughter, Lyssa Chapman, recently showed her support for her father and Francie Frane's alleged relationship.
[Duane 'Dog' Chapman] bounty hunter has continued to honor his late wife in whatever way he possibly can.
The post which was captioned "How cute are these two?!" was seen as a reply to the couple's critics. Among the hundreds of comments that were dropped on the post was one from Lyssa's sister that read:
"Everyone who's judging my father should sure pray that they never have to lose their loved one and get judged for trying to fill the void."
The 21-year-old then added that while her late mother, Beth Chapman, would want her husband to be happy, people's opinions regarding the issue were invalid.
It would be recalled that Beth died in June 2019 amid her battle with stage II throat cancer. Months after she died at 51, People reported that Duane spent this year's Valentine's Day by posting a sweet tribute to his late wife with the words:
"How I wish upon a star where are YOU BETH WHERE ARE YOU !!"
The post came three days after he explained that he had many Valentine's Day memories that would last forever.
Back in October 2019, the reality TV star opened up on his grief when he told People that his outlook on physical intimacy had become something else.
Duane stated that since his wife died nearly four months ago, sex had become a thing of the past, and he didn't care about it as much as he used to.
Regardless of how he felt about the lack of intimacy, the 67-year-old bounty hunter has continued to honor his late wife in whatever way he possibly can.
To that end, Dog uploaded a photo of him and his daughter, Cecily, standing side-by-side as they showed off a t-shirt they designed in Beth's memory.
The image, which garnered over 30,000 likes, also featured the duo smiling as they held up the shirt that had the words "For Beth" scribbled across the chest.