A weepy dog whom the bounty hunter lovingly shared with his late wife Beth Chapman a few hours after her last Wednesday and told reporters: "Beth is not dead, she's asleep." Star, whose real name is Duane "Dog" Chapman, said her family are trying to celebrate their lives, but they mourn their death, according to The Blast. Beth Chapman, 51, lost her nearly two-year battle with throat cancer this week.
BETH CHAPMAN REPORTED BEFORE HER HOSPITAL DISPOSAL "FILMS THESE DAYS".
Beth "knew this day would come," he said, but added that, according to Yahoo, it was even earlier than expected by her family.
Chapman thanked the fans for their condolences and asked the well-wishers to send flowers instead of cash. "We do not need any money," he said.
Fans left flowers at a makeshift memorial with Beth's photograph in front of their Honolulu home and on their "MRSDOG" car.
Chapman lit this up I'm a little bit in the mood and said he's glad that Beth was first on trend on Twitter. He also laughed that she was "a kind of controller" who left notes in the house. "I loved her so much," he added.
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The family will have two funerals for Beth ̵