What happened between Beth Chapman and Lyssa from Dog the Bounty Hunter?
DOG The Bounty Hunter’s late wife Beth Chapman got into an argument with his daughter Lyssa for not wishing her a Happy Mother’s Day.
Beth had also claimed she wasn't invited to her granddaughter’s graduation ceremony, leaving her no choice but to take to social media given that “Lyssa doesn’t answer [her] calls and has [them] blocked.”
Here is more on the past feud of Dog's late wife and his daughter.
Who is Lyssa Chapman?
Lyssa Chapman, 33, is a former bail bondswoman and bounty hunter best known for appearing on the A&E Network series Dog The Bounty Hunter
She is the ninth out of Duane "Dog" Chapman's twelve children.
She's known as Baby Lyssa to distinguish from her mother and Dog's third wife, Lyssa Rae Brittain, or Big Lyssa.
She was raised by her father until she was 10, after which she went to live with her mother in a small Alaskan town, Anderson, and had no contact with her father for six years.
She later worked with him at the family bail bonds company, Da Kine Bail Bonds.
Lyssa no longer works with her family and didnt' appear on their new show that debuted in 2013.
What happened between her and Beth Chapman?
Lyssa and Beth got into a heated argument via social media after Beth aired out her frustrations about their relationship.
The feud started when Beth accused Lyssa of not wishing her a happy Mother’s Day and not inviting her to her granddaughter’s graduation ceremony.
How many children does Lyssa have?
Lyssa Chapman is Dog’s ninth child out of his brood of 12
- Lyssa has two children
- Her first daughter, Abbie Mae Chapman, was born the day after Lyssa's fifteenth birthday
- During Lyssa's second pregnancy, it was revealed that that Abbie's father was 24 years old at the time of conception
- Abbie's dad was arrested for statutory rape
- In 2009, she married Brahman Bo Galanti and had one child together, Madalynn Grace Galanti
- Lyssa filed for divorce from Galanti in February of 2011
What has Lyssa said about it?
Lyssa defended herself on Twitter by posting a screenshot of the text she sent Beth on Mother’s Day, which read, “Happy mother’s day I love U grandma.”
Beth defended herself, saying: Maddie texted grandma you did nothing as usual we didn’t know when Abbie’s grad was, yes we would have been there!
“your not off the hook Lyssa you Invite your parents regardless I bet Leigh’s parents we’re invited. we could have been home in time you chose not to even tell us.”
Lyssa then fired back saying: “I have your Mother’s Day text and other unanswered messages to you. I will tell you what I have told you before and that is – life is short, you should focus on the good things. I’m not going to battle with you ever again.
“If your intent was to hurt me or Abbie with lies, don’t worry. You didn’t. I’m so excited, happy and proud and there is nothing you can do to dull mine or Abbie’s shine.
“As we both know, you never intended to be home in Hawaii this week and I’m sorry you feel some type of way. You want to talk, you got my number.”
The Twitter beef was laid to rest after Lyssa’s tweet and it is unclear if the two smoothed things out via text.
When did Beth die and how?
Beth Chapman passed away on June 26, 2019 after battling throat cancer for nearly two years.
Beth had been dealing with aggressive throat cancer since November of 2017.
She initially went into remission, but the disease eventually spread to her lungs.
In 2019, during the filming of their new show, Dog’s Most Wanted, but in June, Beth was rushed to the hospital and placed in a medically induced coma.
Beth's struggles during her final days were revealed in heartbreaking scenes on the show before her death.
Who is Lyssa engaged to?
In 2016, Lyssa began dating a woman named Leiana Evensen.
She got engaged in December of 2017 during a trip to Seattle, where Leiana popped the question to her.
The couple is still in wedding planning mode as they have not settled on a date yet.
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