Readers, Beth Chapman needs your prayers.
Dog the Bounty Hunter‘s Duane “Dog” Chapman and his wife, Beth, became international stars after their show, Dog the Bounty Hunter, became a viral sensation. Living in Hawaii, the couple star on a series with several members of their family finding wanted criminals in the Hawaiian islands.
While the couple has never appeared in headlines for anything other than news related to their hit show, that all changed in late November 2018. Beth was hospitalized after discovering a mass that was obstructing her breathing in 2017. After her hospitalization, Dog later shared with Us Weekly that they had discovered cancer in his wife’s throat.
Nearly a year later in 2018, Dog reluctantly announced that the doctors had made a terrifying discover- they learned that Beth cancer.
It was quickly clear that in order to survive, Beth would need emergency surgery. Dog had gone to paparazzi- something most celebrities shy away from- in order to update their fans. He began, “They got most of the throat cancer out. Her airway is clear now, but the doctors are afraid that it has spread. They are doing a biopsy scan to check if it has spread. I told them I need to know right away and they’re going to get me the results by tomorrow. Hopefully, it hasn’t spread. Last time it didn’t spread at all, so we’re hoping the same thing.”
While the fans were hopeful after Dog’s message, the next day news came from his son- news that terrified all. His son confirmed that the cancer was “life-threatening to his mother.” She is receiving urgent care at Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles currently.
On Friday, just two days later, Dog was seen with some family leaving local in Los Angeles restaurant. PEOPLE states that after being asked how his wife was, Dog mournfully replied, “Please say a prayer, she’s not doing good.”
Now, nearly four months later, Beth has received more prayers than she likely ever anticipated. On March 14th, Beth made a rare appearance on social media where she snapped a picture with two of her good friends. Recently, Beth said that is had decided to go “Full throttle” with her remaining time left. We wish her the very best without pain and suffering.
While she’s on the mend, Beth has not fully recovered. Please continue praying her during her recovery.