It has sadly been announced that Beth Chapman has passed away at the age of fifty-one.
Beth, who was most well known for her marriage to Dog the Bounty Hunter, has been battling throat and lung cancer since been diagnosed in September 2017. Despite being informed in the past that she was cancer-free, the illness came back and subjected her to an operation and numerous rounds of brutal treatment.
Beth was surrounded by her family and friends until the very end of this heartbreaking turn of events.
Read on to learn about the wonderful life that Beth lead, and how she and her family coped with the recent struggles of battling her illness.
Alice Elizabeth "Beth" Barmore was born in Colorado, 1967.
via: Getty ImagesAlice, who liked to be known as Beth, became Colorado's youngest bail bondsman at the age of twenty-nine before she met Duane Chapman, also known as Dog the Bounty Hunter.
Beth spent her childhood in Colorado before moving to Hawaii.
via: Getty ImagesShe moved to Hawaii in 1989 and had an array of careers before settling on television. In the past, Beth worked as a gymnast, a waitress, and a nightclub singer before becoming a bounty hunter and bail bondsman.
Beth first met Dog in 1986.
via: Getty ImagesShe was only nineteen years old and Dog was already married, but this didn't stop the pair from striking up an on-off relationship. They went their separate ways when Beth married her first husband, Keith Barmore, although the marriage ended in divorce.
They reunited in 1995.
Dog the Bounty Hunter.
via: Getty ImagesThe TV show, Dog the Bounty Hunter, is based on the life and experiences of Duane, who bounty hunts for a living. The pair partnered up to work together shortly after rekindling their relationship, and Beth began starring alongside him as his show grew in popularity. They also created a spin-off show: Dog & Beth: On The Hunt.
They put in some pretty hard work.
The couple well and truly made a name for themselves.
Beth announced some tragic news in September 2017.
The heartbreaking realization...
Beth wanted to "spend her last days on the hunt."Metro, speaking to The Daily Mail in March, Dog said, "My baby has cancer and she is fighting like hell. I've cried a lot over this because is my everything."
Beth was put into a medically induced coma.
She "wasn't reacting well" when she arrived at the ER.TMZ, medics first put her under mild sedation but she quickly fell into a full medically-induced coma.
Praying for a miracle...
Please say your prayers for Beth right now thank you love you— Duane Dog Chapman (@Duane Dog Chapman)1561272467.0
Her family was with her the entire time.
You all know how she is about HER NAILS !! https://t.co/w8iWMYrWZd— Duane Dog Chapman (@Duane Dog Chapman)1561428791.0
She passed away today at home in Hawaii at 5am.
It’s 5:32 in Hawaii, this is the time she would wake up to go hike Koko Head mountain. Only today, she hiked the st… https://t.co/csllvQQA8P— Duane Dog Chapman (@Duane Dog Chapman)1561564480.0