Beth Chapman's family is preparing for the worst as she is not expected to recover: report
Duane 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' Chapman's wife Beth was was reportedly placed into a medically-induced coma on Saturday
Beth Chapman, the wife of Duane 'Dog The Bounty Hunter' Chapman, was placed into a medically-induced coma on Saturday and her family is preparing for the worst as she is not expected to recover. Beth's mother has already flown in from the mainland to Hawaii to be by her daughter's side.
According to a report in TMZ, a source close to the family was quoted as saying that Beth's children and grandchildren -- many of whom live in Hawaii -- are also gathering at Beth's bedside.
51-year-old Beth has been battling with throat cancer for years and has gone through multiple surgeries. She was reportedly not reacting well after arriving at the emergency room on Saturday and even attempted to remove lines which were supplying food and medication to her. This was the reason why she had to be placed into a medically-induced coma.
The sources also added that at this point there was nothing much that could be done for Beth and said that the family is making medical decisions with the help of her doctors.
Duane has reportedly been at her bedside along with other family members. He took to Twitter over the weekend and pleaded with his fans to "please say your prayers for Beth right now." Duane and his family, also released a statement, "humbly asking everyone to please pray for Beth."
Lyssa Rae Chapman, Beth's stepdaughter, also put aside all the differences and extended her support to the bounty hunter star. During the early hours of June 24, Lyssa tweeted, "#KeepFightingBeth." The businesswoman and bounty hunter also responded to a fan who criticized her for her problems with her stepmother and wrote, "I've been with her since she was back in Hawaii. Our family isn't perfect, but we're family."
In addition to sharing her supportive tweets, Lyssa also posted a throwback picture of herself with the reality TV star.