Recently, Dog The Bounty Hunter opened up about the death of his wife, Beth Chapman. Duane Chapman, also known as Dog The Bounty Hunter, is a 66-year-old reality TV star, bounty hunter, and former bail bondsman. He has his own series named Dog The Bounty Hunter. His wife, Beth Chapman, passed away in June 2019. She was diagnosed with Stage 2 Throat Cancer in 2017 but soon went into remission. To everyone’s shock, the disease spread to her lungs, which resulted in a Stage 4 diagnosis.
In June, she had to be hospitalized and placed in a medically induced coma. This was while they were filming their show, Dog’s Most Wanted. Beth Chapman is also a Bounty hunter and reality TV star who co-starred with her husband on the shows, Dog The Bounty Hunter, Dog and Beth: On The Hunt, and Dog’s Most Wanted. She is his fifth wife. She passed away on June 26, 2019, at the age of 51 due to complications from cancer.
In his show, Dog’s Most Wanted, Dog The Bounty Hunter recently explained Beth’s decision to choose medical cannabis instead of chemotherapy during the final days of her cancer battle. Beth shared the positive effects of cannabis on her quality of life after her second diagnosis. While marijuana didn’t cure her cancer, it made her final days less painful and tolerable.
Cancer is a wrecking disease that changes one’s life. How one chooses to deal with that disease depends only upon their state of mind and willingness to fight it. Beth said cannabis made her enjoy life throughout the cancer struggle. Beth did not respond to the chemotherapy, so the cannabis helped her function in a better way. She explained that while the treatment may have helped other people, it was not the right course of treatment for her. Beth Chapman may not have survived this awful disease, but she made sure she dealt with it in her own terms and didn’t give up.