‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ Duane Chapman Shares Update With Fans Amid Wife’s Coma

‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’ Duane Chapman Shares Update With Fans Amid Wife’s Coma
TV personalities "Dog the Bounty Hunter" Duane Dog Chapman and Beth Chapman attend the 2013 CMT Music Awards in Nashville, Tennessee, on June 5, 2013. (Rick Diamond/Getty Images)

“Dog the Bounty Hunter” star Duane Chapman shared a photo of his wife, Beth Chapman, from beside the hospital bed, giving fans a small update.

He shared a photo on Twitter of what appears to be a close-up photo of his wife’s right hand, carefully manicured and complete with rhinestones and fake nails, resting in the hospital bed.

“You all know how she is about HER NAILS!!” he captioned the photo late on Monday, June 24.

Several people took to the comments to express prayers for Beth Chapman amid her coma.

“We have so many Prayer Warriors surrounding you and Beth, all of the Chapman family and close friends who are with you, you and Beth have sent SO much Good Energy into the world, and you know we all have you all in our hearts and minds,” one person commented.

Another wrote, “She’s always a classy lady. I admire her so much. Strong and beautiful. Sending love your way Beth!”

“Sending prayers. Beth hears you all talking to her. No matter what anyone says. I believe with all my heart and soul Beth hears you all. Asking the Lord to send you all extra strength, catch your tears as they fall, hold you through your fears, reminding u all that he is near,” another person commented.

Duane Chapman asked prayers for his wife, who was placed into a medically induced coma on June 23, amidst another cancer battle.

“Please say your prayers for Beth right now thank you love you,” he wrote on Twitter.

Shortly after, their daughter Bonnie Chapman echoed her father’s sentiments and also asked for prayers for her mother.

“Please continue to pray for my mom,” she wrote on Twitter.

In November 2017, Beth Chapman underwent successful emergency surgery to remove a tumor in her throat. However, in late 2018, doctors informed her that her cancer had returned.

“Another bend in the Road yet not the End of the Road,” she posted on Instagram at the time.

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Another bend in the Road yet not the End of the Road . #faith #love #stayhumblepray

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“WGN America and Dog’s Most Wanted are sending our thoughts and prayers to Beth Chapman,” WGN America wrote in a Facebook post on June 23. “We ask you to do the same to see the Chapman family through this very difficult time. We’ve come to know Beth as a strong, powerful fighter and we have hope that she will recover soon to rejoin her beloved family.”

The first unscripted series on WGN America in over five years, “Dog’s Most Wanted” 10-part series follows Dog and Chapman, as well as his elite team of professionals, The Dirty Dozen, as they hunt down criminals who appear on FBI, U.S. Marshals’, and states’ Most Wanted Fugitives lists throughout the country to bring them to justice, according to popculture.com.

The family also sent out their “sincere thanks to everyone for their prayers throughout Beth’s battle with cancer,” according to HawaiiNewsNow.

Jack Phillips contributed to this report.

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