Dog the Bounty Hunter

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Chest Pains Put Dog the Bounty Hunter in Hospital

Duane Chapman undergoes tests in Colorado

(Newser) - Duane Chapman, better known as TV's Dog the Bounty Hunter, is undergoing tests in a Colorado hospital to determine whether he had a heart attack. A representative said Chapman "is resting comfortably," US Weekly reports. Chapman, 66, was taken to a hospital Saturday after he felt chest... More »

Dog the Bounty Hunter to Wife: 'See You on the Other Side'

Beth Chapman has died at age 51

(Newser) - Beth Chapman, wife of the TV bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman, died at age 51 on Wednesday. The AP , which describes her as "brash, buxom, and blonde," confirmed her death at Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu. "It’s 5:32 in Hawaii, this is the... More »

Dog the Bounty Hunter's Wife Is in a Coma

Beth Chapman was diagnosed with cancer in 2017

(Newser) - Dog the Bounty Hunter is asking people to "say your prayers" after his wife was placed in a medically-induced coma, People reports. Beth Chapman, wife of the TV bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman, was hospitalized Saturday in Hawaii amid her fight against cancer. "Please say your prayers... More »

Dog the Bounty Hunter's Stepkid Accused of Robbing Bank

Duane Chapman says he hasn't seen her in more than 10 years

(Newser) - Hopefully Dog the Bounty Hunter doesn't end up having to track down his own stepdaughter, who was arrested Sunday for allegedly robbing a Honolulu bank. Nicole Gillespie, 35, allegedly entered the bank earlier this month, gave the teller a demand note, and ultimately fled the bank, Hawaii News Now... More »

'Dog' Joins Hunt for MMA Fighter

'War Machine' wanted for savage attack on ex-gf Christy Mack

(Newser) - "Dog the Bounty Hunter" has a message for the mixed martial arts fighter on the run after his ex-girlfriend was savagely beaten: "Time's up!" The reality TV star says he plans to help hunt down Jonathan Koppenhaver, whose ex-girlfriend, porn star Christy Mack, was left with... More »

Max Factor Heir's 124-Year Rape Sentence Quashed

Andrew Luster to get resentencing hearing

(Newser) - Max Factor heir Andrew Luster has had his 124-year prison sentence for drugging and raping three women vacated by a California judge. The judge refused to grant Luster, a great-grandson of the cosmetic firm's founder, a new trial but ordered a hearing for next month to reconsider his unusually... More »

Dog the Bounty Hunter Banned From Britain

Visa rejected due to murder conviction

(Newser) - Looking to stay a step ahead of Dog the Bounty Hunter? Try going to Britain, where immigration officials have decided he isn't welcome. The reality TV star, real name Duane Chapman, has had his visa application rejected because of a murder conviction from the late '70s, reports the... More »

Nicolas Cage Gets Bailed Out By...

Dog the Bounty Hunter, who doesn't think he'll have to hunt down actor

(Newser) - In a case of reality not imitating "art," Dog the notorious bounty hunter bailed actor Nicolas Cage out of jail. Reality star Duane "Dog" Chapman posted Cage's $11,000 bond after he was charged with domestic abuse and disturbing the peace over the weekend in New... More »

World Frowns on American For-Profit Bail System

Critics find private system unfair, corrupt; it's also effective

(Newser) - For the rest of the world, America’s bail bonds industry is a horrifying concept. Bail bondsmen are a private, commercial wing of the US justice system, putting up defendants’ bail in exchange for a non-refundable fee, the New York Times explains. To critics, the system is unfair and corrupt,... More »

A&E Houses 'Dog' After Slur Leaked Online

Civil rights leaders want show canned after star uses 'N' word

(Newser) - Star bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman is off-air after his "N" word-laced rant hit the Internet this week, ABC News reports. A&E has shelved his series, Dog The Bounty Hunter, and civil rights leaders are pushing to have it canned for good. One Los Angeles coalition called... More »

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