Beth Chapman’s Daughter Forced to Ward Off ‘Fans’ Requesting Her Ashes!
This is despicable!
It’s been three weeks since “Dog The Bounty Hunter” star Beth Chapman tragically passed away at the age of 51 following a battle with cancer. Now, Beth’s daughter Bonnie has been forced to speak out to request that fans stop asking for her mother’s ashes.
“Please don’t ask me for my mother’s ashes. Ashes are for family, no one else. No exceptions,” the 20-year-old wrote in her Instagram story, according to Daily Mail. She posted this request alongside a photo of her family at Beth’s memorial in Aurora, Colorado on her Instagram.
In this same series of Instagram stories, Bonnie was asked if her father Duane “Dog” Chapman would ever tie the knot again.
“Nope, he found his soulmate,” she replied. “No one can replace her in his heart. Their love was one of a kind, it made me believe love truly exists.”
Dog himself has also said that he would never remarry again after Beth’s passing.
“For two to three years, she knew this might happen,” Dog said in a recent emotional interview. “So she would say, ‘Who is going to sit next to you?’ And I said, ‘No one.’ ‘Big Daddy, you better not let another girl take my place.’ I said, ‘I won’t.'”
As for Bonnie, she’s drawing comfort from the fact that Beth is no longer in pain.
“Just remembering that cancer can no longer hurt her,” she replied when asked how she is coping. “She’s no longer in pain and finally feels normal again. I do miss her like crazy.”
Fans Should Not Be Asking For Beth’s Ashes
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It’s disgusting that fans would even ask Beth’s family for her ashes while they are just trying to grieve her passing. Bonnie is a young girl who should be allowed to grieve her mother in peace rather than having to spend time fielding disturbing requests from people who want some of her ashes. Anyone who asked the Chapmans for Beth’s ashes should be ashamed of themselves, and should not be calling themselves “fans” of the deceased star.