“Dog the Bounty Hunter” Star Duane Chapman Shares Photo From Ailing Wife’s Hospital Bed

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Duane Chapman shares pic of wife Beth Chapman hospital bed
Photo courtesy Beth Chapman Instagram

Shortly after news broke that Dog the Bounty Hunter star Beth Chapman had been put in a medically-induced coma as part of her ongoing cancer battle, her husband Duane headed to his Twitter feed to share a picture from her hospital bed.

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And in true Chapman fashion, he tried to keep things light.

“You all know how she is about HER NAILS !!” Chapman said on Twitter on Monday (June 24) alongside a pic of his ailing wife in her hospital bed. In the picture, Beth Chapman’s arm can be seen hooked up to various medical equipment. But yes, her nails are of course perfectly manicured with her signature rhinestones.

On Sunday (June 23,) Duane Chapman also headed to his Twitter page to ask for prayers, while also sharing a news story about his wife current medical condition.

“Please say your prayers for Beth right now thank you love you,” he wrote.

According to various news reports, the reality television star remains in ‘very serious’ condition in the hospital. She was admitted on Friday (June 21) after passing out. Her cancer battle began in September of 2017 when the reality star was diagnosed with stage II throat cancer..

[RELATED: Dog the Bounty Hunter Shares Update on Wife’s Cancer and How She Wants to Spend Her Last Days]

After undergoing surgery, Beth was believed to be cancer free. However, the 52-year-old and her family received the news in November 2018 that the cancer had returned and she underwent surgery to move a mass in her throat. Beth was later rushed to the hospital in April for breathing problems.

In the midst of Beth’s battle, Dog dog shared the news that his and Beth’s new show, Dogs Most Wanted, will becoming to WGN network soon. Beth began filming the show when she was home recovering.

Our thoughts remain with her family at this toughest of times.