Bounty hunter Duane & # 39; Dog & # 39; Chapman broke down in tears in front of his house when he described that he had to hold his wife Beth at her last moments while she asked him to repeat Jesus' name.
Hawaii talked about Chapman on Wednesday afternoon: "When she launched an attack, I knew nothing but to say" in Jesus & # 39; name and hold her and when I said "in Jesus & # 39; name, "she said," Say it again, say it more. "& # 39;
As she held back tears, Chapman continued: & Then, you know, she told the girls and everyone else with her mouth and said that I love you, are you all right? But she never accepted it. & # 39;
Beth died early on Wednesday at the Queen & # 39; s Medical Center in Honolulu after an almost two-year battle with throat cancer. She was 51.
The news about her death was shared by her husband, who became famous alongside his wife on the popular reality show Dog The Bounty Hunter.
& # 39; It's 5:32 am in Hawaii, this is the time she would get up to go hiking Koko Head Mountain & # 39 ;, Chapman wrote. & # 39; Only today did she walk up the stairs to heaven. We all love you, Beth. See you on the other side. & # 39;
He told reporters outside of his house of his bewildered disbelief when he lost Beth, saying: “So wonderful. This is absolutely incredible. & # 39;
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Dog the Bounty Hunter broke apart outside his home in Hawaii on Wednesday afternoon when he described that he was holding his wife Beth: & When she launched an attack, I knew nothing to do but say & # 39; in Jesus & # 39; name & # 39; and hold her and when I said "in Jesus & # 39; name," she said, "Say it again, say it more." & # 39;
Duane Chapman walked outside with his daughter to talk to journalists after the death of his wife earlier in the day because they were standing next to a black Mercedes decorated with flowers and bearing a & # 39; Mrs Dog & # 39; number plate
Fight: in 2017 she was diagnosed with stage II throat cancer, but after a tumor was removed, she was declared cancer-free in December of that year
Dog the Bounty Hunter walks out with his family to talk to reporters, he described his astonished disbelief: & So great. This is absolutely incredible & # 39;
The family returns to their home in Honolulu, leaving behind a car decorated with flowers at the front door
Duane & # 39; Dog & # 39; Chapman as he was first seen since the death of his beloved wife earlier on Wednesday
The dog walked outside of his family composition in eastern Honolulu in a sincere phone call while clutching his chest
Before talking to reporters last night, Dog was spotted in a sincere phone conversation while walking outside of his family compound in East Honolulu.
In addition to her husband, Beth is survived by her four children – Dominic, Cecily, Bonnie Jo and Garry – and 14 grandchildren.
Beth was given custody of one of her grandchildren after Chapman's daughter died in a car accident.
Bonnie Chapman also paid her mother her tribute on Twitter on Wednesday.
& # 39; So grateful to call you my mother, & # 39; she wrote with a photo that held her mother's hand.
& # 39; Rest in peace, Mom. I love you so much. & # 39;
Bonnie wrote later: & # 39; I never thought I'd lose my mother at 20. I told her I thought she would have a few years left, but her eyes didn't agree. & # 39;
Chapman died in the Queen & # 39; s Medical Center in Honolulu just a few days after he was placed in a medically induced coma at the weekend.
Performances are also expected in Honolulu later this week according to a spokesperson for the family.
The dog and his family gathered in sorrow at the compound after Beth's death on Wednesday
Dog was seen in an emotional conversation when the family came together to mourn
Family members erected a small memorial in front of the house and invited the public to come and respect – although a small sign warns that TV filming is in progress
Although sympathetic fans had already started leaving flowers and leis on the memorial for Beth
Beth & # 39; s car, with its distinctive license plate, can be seen in front of the Chapman compound
Dog and Beth got married in 2006 and were constant companions in his famous TV show
Beth was diagnosed with stage II throat cancer in 2017 after she went to the doctor with complaints about persistent cough.
She underwent surgery to have a tumor removed in the same year and was declared cancer-free shortly after the operation.
However, it returned as stage IV lung cancer in November 2014.
Beth & # 39; s family has been her party in recent days, with both Bonnie and her father placing photos of the different nails of the Chapman family matriarch.
Even in her hospital bed, Beth's long acrylic nails were painted in her own way and decorated with jewelery.
Beth Chapman died on Wednesday at the age of 51 after a long battle with cancer
& # 39; So grateful to call you my mother, & # 39; she wrote with a photo that held her mother's hand. & # 39; Rest in peace, Mom. I love you so much. & # 39;
Recovery: Beth was diagnosed with stage II throat cancer in 2017 after going to the doctor with complaints about persistent cough (Beth above)
Proud mother: Beth is survived by her husband and four children: Bonnie Jo, Cecily, Dominic and Garry, in addition to 14 grandchildren
She was born in Alice Elizabeth Smith in Colorado, where she made a little history at the age of 29 by becoming the state's youngest bailiff.
That record would later be judged by her own stepdaughter, Lyssa.
Beth was just 19 when she met her future husband, who was 16 years older.
The two had a relationship for years and both got married to other people and had children, before they made the decision in 2006.
Beth married Chapman & # 39; s best friend at one point before the two decided to officially trade and start a life together in 1995.
The wedding took place just two days after Chapman's 23-year-old daughter, Barbara, died in a car accident.
It was decided at the time that the couple would continue the wedding as a celebration of Barbara's life.
Beth was Chapman's fifth wife and the couple had two children together – Bonnie and Garry.
Chapman later adopted Beth & # 39; s daughter Cecily and found her son Dominic, who had been taken from his mother's custody by the state of Colorado at the age of 16.
Floating on: She was born Alice Elizabeth Smith in Colorado, where she made a little history at the age of 29 by becoming the state's youngest bailiff.
Cap and dress: & # 39; I never thought I'd lose my mother at 20. I told her I thought she would have a few years left, but her eyes didn't agree, & # 39; Beth & # 39; s daughter Bonnie wrote on Twitter
For many, the couple had already become known by the time they got married, after being famed in 2003 when their series premiered at A&E.
The mixed bounty hunter family, including two of Chapman's 12 children – Leland and Duane Lee – caught viewers thanks to the family's vast personalities and the fact that Chapman did not use a gun while holding suspects.
That was not a matter of free choice, but rather as a result of a murder conviction in the first degree in 1976, for which he was sentenced to five years in prison.
Chapman was in the car with a friend when the young man shot down an alleged drug dealer while trying to buy marijuana.
He served only 18 months of that punishment, but it was behind bars that he claimed to have had the idea of becoming a bounty hunter.
The series ended in 2012, but Beth and her husband remained star in a spin-off, Dog and Beth: On the Hunt.
The spin-off ended in 2015, but earlier this year the couple started filming the Dogs Most Wanted program, just a few months after Chapman was diagnosed with lung cancer.
Her health problems will be part of the show and in a preview published by WGN earlier this month, her husband is kissed from a hospital bed.
& # 39; We are deeply saddened by the tragic news that Beth Chapman lost her fight against cancer today. She was an exceptional woman, fiercely loyal and passionate about her family and she was a pleasure to work with, & WGN said in a statement.
& # 39; All of us at WGN America will miss her immensely. Our thoughts and prayers are with Duane, her family, loved ones and millions of fans. & # 39;
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