Devoted Dog the Bounty Hunter star Duane ‘Dog’ Chapman sent a self-described holy shaman packing after he turned up at his family’s house — and demanded to touch and heal his wife, RadarOnline can exclusively reveal!
As Radar readers were first to know, the bail bondsman’s spouse, Beth, has suffered a relapse of throat cancer which has spread to her lungs, and the pair recently returned to Colorado between bouts of chemotherapy.
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A snitch told RadarOnline how while Beth was recovering, a mysterious man dropped by unannounced — and had a tense standoff with Dog after he refused to leave!
“He told Dog he’d been sent as a prophet from God and he could heal Beth — but he was super creepy,” said the spy.
“He kept saying Beth was beautiful!”
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The situation then took a turn when offended Dog, 66, grabbed the man to do a body search and ensure he wasn’t carrying weapons.
A Sheriff’s report detailing the December 23 incident, obtained exclusively by Radar noted: “At 12.50 an SUV pulled up.
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“A male about 35, white male with a beard, named Colby got out of vehicle and told [Dog’s] daughter he was here to help her mother, and that he was sent from God.
“Male had three suitcases with him.
“Subject is no longer on scene, [Dog] sent him away in the [car].”
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Beth’s health nightmare began in 2017, when she was diagnosed with stage two throat cancer and docs removed a tumor. But now pals fear she may have only months to live.
The couple are splitting their time between Los Angeles where she is undergoing treatment and their home in Colorado.
“Dog will defend Beth until the bitter end,” the source added. “People should think twice before getting involved in their business!”
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