Revealed: Dog Bounty hunter Beth Chapman's wife had acute pain and fluid for medical help before he was placed in a coma
Dog The Bounty Hunt's wife Beth Chapman had to be placed in a medically induced coma on Saturday for her own safety.
The 51-year-old, who was admitted to Hawaii, was placed in a medically induced coma after medical staff found it incredibly difficult to treat her, according to TMZ on Monday.
Beth did not respond well when she arrived in the Emergency Room, according to the website, and allegedly tried to remove lines that provided her with fluid and medication.
Health battle: Dog The Bounty Hunter's wife Beth Chapman had to be placed on Saturday in a medically induced coma for her own safety (photo Sept 2015)
The reality star – who has been struggling with throat cancer for years – reportedly had a lot of pain and required oxygen after he got sick.
She was placed under mild sedation because she was admitted to the ICU at the Queen's Medical Center on Saturday.
TMZ, however, reports that she was still irritated and had to put her in a medically induced coma; she has now been under for at least 2 full days.
In intensive care: she was placed under light sedation because she was admitted to the ICU at the Queen's Medical Center on Saturday.
Her husband, Duane & # 39; Dog & # 39; Chapman is standing next to her next to family members.
He begged his fans on Twitter to say & # 39; please say your prayers for Beth right now & # 39; on weekends.
In a statement, Duane and his family humbly ask everyone to pray for Beth. & # 39;
Beth underwent a successful surgery for throat cancer in 2017.
However, the cancer returned last year and doctors removed a tumor from her throat after an emergency operation in November.
At the time, their family attorney Andrew Brettler said that while the family remained strong, the operation & # 39; seriously & # 39; used to be.
& # 39; But she has excellent doctors who evaluate her treatment options, "he assured their friends and fans.
She has been fighting throat cancer for some time (photo Nov 2018)
The Chapmans rose the ranks of reality television with their hit show around the family business bail in Honolulu.
Viewers caught a small glimpse of the complicated world of premium yachts, with Hond at the helm when the family visited and arrested people who had violated the terms of their bail agreements.
The A&E network first picked up the show in August 2004 and canceled the series after eight seasons in May 2012.
The power couple played in a spin-off series, Dog and Beth: On the Hunt in August 2015, and a two-hour special called Dog and Beth: Fight of Their Lives, recently in November.
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