Beth Chapman's Daughter Gives Update As Mother Fights For Her Life

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Duane "Dog" Chapman and Beth Chapman's daughter, Bonnie, has provided an update on her mother's dire medical condition after the matriarch was put in a medically-induced coma over the weekend.

In light of the Dog the Bounty Hunter star's urgent health situation, Bonnie and her brother, Garry, flew back home to their family in Hawaii after it was reported their mother had been admitted to the intensive care unit at Honolulu's Queen's Medical Center on Sunday (June 23). The Chapman family released a statement via Facebook stating Beth, who has been battling Stage 2 throat cancer since 2017, had been rushed to the hospital and pled fans send their prayers to the reality star.

Now, Bonnie, who shared an image on her Instagram Story from what appeared to be her mother's bedside, is giving all the details she can of her mother's progress. "There's not much of an update I can give, I can say she's getting good care," she wrote.

 
 

Since her hospitalization, more messages praying for Beth's recovery have poured in. "#KeepFightingBeth," her stepdaughter, Lyssa, tweeted Monday morning (June 24) after the reality star's husband implored for more prayers on his wife's behalf hours after being hospitalized.

As previously reported, Beth underwent a successful procedure for her cancer the same year she was diagnosed. However, the cancer returned and prompted her to undergo another operation to have a tumor removed from her throat in November 2018. Per a statement from the couple, she was hospitalized again this April due to an "accumulation of fluid in her lungs," which called for an emergency surgery to relieve pressure.

We're sending our best thoughts to The Chapman family at this difficult time.

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