Dwayne Chapman, who’s better known as Dog the Bounty Hunter, chases down criminals who jumped bail or had their bail bonds revoked. But this time, instead of beth hunting down the guilty party, the police were hunting for her. Beth Chapman, wife of Dog is in trouble with the law.
Beth, who stars alongside her husband Dog on CMT reality TV Dog and Beth on the Hunt, is charged with verbally harassing a young teenage girl. The alleged incident took place Colorado at Monument Lake on July 10, 2013.
Fans of Beth know that she is very outspoken, especially when angered. She can talk trash as good as people can dish it out to her. But one girl didn’t take kindly to Beth’s rudeness, so she filed a complaint.
One witness, Chandler Duke 16, described Beth as being “very harassing” and “very rude” to his friends.
Chandler said that he was waiting with some friends at the lake for his other friend and girlfriend to arrive. He saw Beth and Dog at the lake and thought how cool it was to see them enjoying the day. This was not the first time he had seen them at the lake, so it was nothing new. He said that his friends drove up, and Beth went over to talk to them. Chandler said he was too far away to hear what was being said until the victim and his friend, got out of the car, and Beth’s obscenities were heard loud and clear.
According to Chandler, “Beth just started screaming all these rude remarks, calling (the alleged victim) trashy, that she’s trash of the town, that she needs to pull her panties out of her a**.” Then Beth launched into calling the victim other bad names as well.
The victim’s name has not been released, but she is a student at Lewis-Palmer High School.
When police first tried to contact Beth, it would only have been a summons. All Beth would have gotten was a ticket to pay. However, Beth broke one of her own rules. She didn’t return the police officer’s phone calls or messages. So now, instead of a summons, they’ve issued a warrant. They are still waiting for Beth to turn herself in to police. This week Beth and Dog are in Huntsville, Ala. helping other bondsmen to chase down other criminals.
Beth’s lawyer, Gary Lozow of Denver, had this to say, “Perhaps once all the facts are kind of brought to the fore and there’s kind of an overview by law enforcement of what happened, hopefully this matter will be over. But assuming that that isn’t an option, she’ll go through the court system, and she’ll be exonerated.”