Beth Chapman's cancer has returned, and her husband, Dog The Bounty Hunter, along with the rest of her family and friends, are in for a really hard time. In a recent interview, the 'Dog The Bounty Hunter' star said that she will fight "every step of the way" to get better. However, her cancer has been labeled as "incurable," since it has already spread to her lungs.
"I have to keep faith, I am the leader of the family," her husband (Real name Duane Chapman) said during the same conversation. "She thinks she is, but I am. I have to keep it where I don't have any doubts and keep everything positive. I love my honey so much, I don't know what I'm gonna do."
He admitted that not only has he been praying but also that, "I cry all the time." He added, "I think I'm in a bad dream and I need to wake up. People keep saying to me, 'Dog, are you OK?' But I'm not the one who's sick." However, he is quite determined to stay strong for his wife: "I am going to be right here with her."
During the same conversation, the TV personality also managed to chalk out all the details behind his wife's illness and her medical condition as of now. "Half of her lung was full of water," he said. "Five ounces of fluid was drained from her lung after she was rushed to a hospital in LA last week."
The TV stars are currently in Colorado, where Beth has been told by her doctors that she needs to undergo four to eight chemotherapy sessions in LA. However, the couple, who have been together for 30 years and married for the past 12 years, is exploring other options as well.
The 65-year-old TV star made a comment last week about his wife's health saying she was "not doing good", while he was leaving Mr. Chow in Beverly Hills on Wednesday evening where Quentin Tarantino held the after party for his wedding to Israeli singer Daniella Pick.
The star was accompanied by his daughter Lyssa, who The Dog shares with ex Lyssa Rae Brittain. She too spoke to the media and said, "We really appreciate the prayers of our fans and we appreciate the support of our fans. We're all so devastated, we love our mommy so much. We got such an amazing outpour from our fans and we really appreciate it. Poor daddy."
On Tuesday, December 11, Beth underwent another surgery to remove the newly discovered lump in her throat, which was double the size of the mass she had in 2017. Detailing the procedures, Dog shared, "She had a lump in her throat twice the size of last time, and they performed an emergency surgery. They cut a hole in her throat so she can breathe; she can still talk."