"Dog the Bounty Hunter" star Duane Chapman told reporters Wednesday that his wife remained selfless until the very end, making sure her family was fine before she died of throat cancer.
Beth Chapman died on Wednesday in Hawaii after a nearly two-year battle with stage 2 throat cancer.
"When she had an attack, I knew nothing but to say and hold in Jesus 'name, and when I said in Jesus' name, she said," Say it once again. "Chapman said to Hawaii News Now.
Chapman said his wife's last words to him and her two daughters are: "I love you" and "Are you all alright?" Do not worry.
After Chapman's wife tried alternative therapies, she was hospitalized in April 2019 with "serious respiratory problems," but recovered. At the weekend she was taken to the emergency room again and taken to a medically induced coma.
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"One of the last things she said [was]" It's a test of my faith. "She had faith and that was it," Chapman told Hawaii News Now. "Well, the last step, when you die, is to accept it, and she said to me the other day, 'Honey, I'm not taking that last step …' So go, Bethy."
Jessica Sager of Fox News contributed to this report.