'Dog the Bounty Hunter' star faces his own health problems
DENVER - Duane Chapman, known to millions as the star of the "Dog the Bounty Hunter" reality TV show, tells People magazine that he is facing his own medical problems after the death of his wife from cancer. Dr. Mehmet Oz counseled him not to be afraid and to get medical help, People reported. People magazine says that Chapman was taken to a hospital in Colorado in mid-September after he felt a pain in his chest, according to the celebrity news site TMZ. Beth Chapman, who co-starred with her husband on the show, died in June at age 51. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
'Voice' Winner Discovers He Was Target of Scam After Watching Inside Edition
The winner of season 7 of "The Voice discovered he was being targeted in a scam offering celebrities a trip to Dubai after watching Inside Edition. [I thought,] 'Oh my god, I am being taken by the same people,' Craig Wayne Boyd told Inside Edition. Former Baywatch beauties Donna D'Errico and Krista Allen told Inside Edition they were each offered a large sum of money to speak at an event in Dubai. Boyd showed Inside Edition the contract that he had signed just two hours before our report aired. Inside Edition, thank you guys so much, he said.
Dog the Bounty Hunter Shares Wife Beth Chapman's Final Words
Duane Chapman, also known as Dog the Bounty Hunter, is heartbroken over the loss of his wife. Beth Chapman died Wednesday following a battle with stage 2 throat cancer. Duane told local reporters her loss was unexpected.Its terrible, the most terrible time in someones life, he told Hawaii News Now. Beth and Duane first rose to fame in 2003 through the show "Dog the Bounty Hunter" and later followed it up with another show titled "Dog and Beth: On the Hunt.Beth is survived by her husband, their four children and 14 grandchildren. RELATED STORIESSon, 34, Dies While Trying to Save Father Who Fell off BoatBeth Chapman, Wife of 'Dog' the Bounty Hunter, Dies at 51Otto the Otter Dies After Park Visitors Throw Human Food in His Enclosure