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Beth Chapman’s Daughter Reveals Tragic Details About Her Passing

This family still has a lot of healing to do. Especially Bonnie.

It’s been just two months since Beth Chapman passed away at the age of 51 after a battle with lung cancer. Now, her daughter Bonnie is speaking out to give new details about her passing and to talk about how her family is doing.

Dog Stayed Loyal To Beth

Yahoo News reported that Bonnie praised her father, Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman, for loyally sticking by Beth’s side through her entire battle with cancer.

“Even as her hair started to diminish, he would tell her that she looked like an Egyptian goddess,” said Bonnie, 21. “He just loved her so much, and I’m really proud of him for sticking with her until the very last moments. That’s what she needed. She needed someone who loved her as much as my dad did. You know, I think that she truly feels that love now.”

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Beth’s Difficult Final Moments

Bonnie also talked about Beth’s final moments.

“My dad goes over and over and over what happened because he can’t get it out of his head,” Bonnie said. “She quite literally choked on her cancer. My mom was naked in the bathroom and told my dad to look at her. And he goes, ‘I am looking at you.’ And she goes, ‘No, look at me.’ And then she was standing there, and she started gasping, and my sister came into the room and they called 911 immediately. And that was the last moment that we really saw her completely conscious.”

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With a new season of “Dog’s Most Wanted” premiering September 4th on WGN America, the family will have to relive Beth’s final months, which they anticipate will be very difficult.

“It’s really hard I’m not gonna lie,” Bonnie said. “To see new moments of [my mom] that I haven’t seen… it brings back a flood of emotion. It makes me feel like she’s still here, but then I’m brought back to reality, realizing it’s something that happened in the past, not right now.”

Grieving Beth Publicly Has Been Hard

Bonnie concluded by saying that going through these emotions publicly is also very hard for her.

“It’s very vulnerable … It’s unlike anything you could really experience,” she said. “It’s having the whole world have eyes on you in an intimate way and to have the whole world know exactly what you’re going through.”

This has clearly been an extremely difficult experience for the Chapman family. Hopefully, they can find comfort in the fact that Beth is at peace and is no longer suffering. Please keep the entire Chapman family in your thoughts and prayers.

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