Duane Chapman on his future: It's 'a lot harder no
Duane Chapman, better know as Dog the Bounty Hunter, is opening up about s
Duane Chapman, better know as Dog the Bounty Hunter, is opening up about surviving life after Beth — and there are some question marks about what’s next for him.
While there is no mention of Moon Angell, his companion as of late, Friday’s New York Times interview does detail the star’s love story with his Dog’s Most Wanted co-star wife, who died from cancer in June. In it, the widower talks of his “need” for love, and how life is “a lot harder now without Beth.”
The article recounts how they got together, with the famous bounty hunter saying they met in 1986 when he posted bail for Beth after she shoplifted a lemon. Things weren’t romantic, though, until a decade later, when he was coming off a very low period in his life — his mother had died and he’d spent a year smoking crack. He eventually sobered up, which is when he and Beth became an item.
It wasn’t smooth sailing, though. They married in 2006, which played out on Dog the Bounty Hunter, but on the eve of the wedding, Duane’s daughter Barbara died. Not long after, marshals barged into the couple’s Hawaii home to take him into custody related to Mexican extradition case. And there was endless family drama — he’s been married four times and has 12 children — such as Duane’s son Tucker selling to a tabloid recordings of him using racial slurs (more on that later). However, the true punch in the gut was Beth battling and then succumbing to cancer, which played out on Dog’s Most Wanted. After, he lost the will to live — and has since battled his own health issues, including being diagnosed with a pulmonary embolism.
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