Dog The Bounty Hunter Cheated On Beth ‘All The Time,’ His Daughter Bonnie Alleges
Dog The Bounty Hunter reportedly cheated on Beth "all the time" before she died, according to their daughter Bonnie.
Bonnie Chapman, one of Beth Chapman and “Dog The Bounty Hunter’s” daughters, claimed that her dad cheated on her mom “all the time.” She took to Facebook to pen a lengthy post responding to a TMZ report that she was not invited to her father’s upcoming wedding to his fiancé Francie Frane.
Bonnie alleged that after the report came out, Francie confirmed in a text message to her that she was not invited to the wedding.
In her post, Bonnie not only accused her father of cheating on her late mother, but also of being racist and homophobic.
“I had forgiven my father after my mother’s death for countless actions that I shouldn’t have,” Bonnie wrote. “He would cheat on my mom all the time, and I hated him every time he did it, but I forgave him for that because I wanted a relationship with my dad. I thought I had only one parent left.”
“I was left with the racist and homophobic parent,” she added. “I can’t begin to fathom how some of my mother’s fans may feel. I say my mother’s fans because everyone watched for Beth. My mother was a shining light in the void. I can no longer watch someone diminish her light with his hatred. I can no longer sit and be quiet about these things.”
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Bonnie Claims Dog Cheated With Beth’s Friends
Not stopping there, Bonnie talked about how much her mother stood by her father before she lost her battle with cancer in 2019 at the age of 51.
“My mom was a true leader, and believe it or not; she kept my dad focused on his career,” Bonnie said. “We all know of his missteps, but my mom always stood by him. She also kept him in line! My mom was loyal, and she was fiercely protective of her family.
“She loved my father and did her best to make him the best man he could be. All too often, that job consisted of dealing with his near-constant infidelity with her friends and strangers while trying to teach him to be a better man.
I don’t think that work was in vain; I think mom did change my dad. But that change vanished when my mom died. Since my mom died, my dad ran away from the person she inspired him to be. He began to do that when she was sick in the hospital, and he began to have an affair with a friend of my mom’s.”
Bonnie Did Not Get Invited
Bonnie concluded her post by circling back to not being invited to Dog’s wedding.
“I said before that I really didn’t know why I wasn’t invited to my dads wedding,” she said, later adding, “I thought my dad would be man enough to put family first, but it appears that man died with my mother.”
It’s sad to see that the Chapman family has clearly fallen apart to this extent in after Beth’s death.
Regardless of who is in the right and who is in the wrong here, this is not what Beth would have wanted.
Here’s hoping that Dog and Bonnie can mend their relationship moving forward, because life is too short to hold grudges, particularly when it comes to family.