Source:

'Dog the Bounty Hunter' star Beth Chapman shared rare photo of youngest daughter Bonnie

Ksenia Novikova
Jun 13, 2018
08:04 A.M.
Share this pen
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail

The matriarch of the Chapmans and star of the Dog the Bounty Hunter, Beth Chapman, shared a picture of her youngest daughter with her fans and followers.

Advertisement

Beth Chapman took to Instagram to share her 18-year-old daughter Bonnie Chapman's photo on Friday. Bonnie was seen posing in the garden with a background of bright and colorful flowers.

Bonnie is the middle child of Beth and Duane 'Dog Chapman. The couple has two sons, 33-year-old Dominic and 17-year-old Gary. Beth has one more daughter from her previous marriage with Keith Barmore - 24-year-old Cecily.

Bonnie was last seen in the news cycle when she wrote a heartfelt letter on the first day of 2018 via Instagram. Bonnie had shared her battle against severe depression when she was dealing with Beth's cancer in 2017

Advertisement
Advertisement

"Out with my baby @bonniejoc getting ready to overhaul the #garden."

Beth Chapman, Instagram, June 8, 2018

Beth was diagnosed with throat cancer in September 2017 and had to undergo surgery to extract the tumor out of her system. 

When she was first diagnosed with cancer, Chapman shared that although she had undergone dark episodes in her life, her diagnosis was the first time when she actually came close to facing death. 

She had shared a hopeful note that she would never resort to victimizing herself nor let cancer beat her.

Advertisement

She had added that despite knowing that life had brought her numerous hardships, she was hopeful that those hardships never meant the end.

Advertisement

Beth's battle against cancer was documented in A&E's special titled Dog and Beth: Fight of Their Lives that aired in November. It was later revealed that Beth was free of cancer after undergoing a 13-hour surgery.

However, the family never returned to A&E's popular reality show Dog the Bounty Hunter and ended their TV career after eight successful seasons. The show got canceled in 2012 after the network and the family failed to negotiate a deal.

Read more about the Chapman family on our Twitter account @amomama_usa

Advertisement