Beth Chapman arrest warrant: Dog the Bounty Hunter's wife in hot water for harassment

dog-the-bounty-hunter-beth-chapman-arrest-warrant.jpg Beth Chapman, the wife of Dog the Bounty Hunter (real name Duane Chapman) from his self-titled bounty hunting TV show, has a warrant out for her arrest after Beth apparently got into it with a teenager while on a fishing vacation in Colorado earlier this month.

TMZ reports that while Dog and Beth were fishing with their children, a car roared by and Beth started yelling a teen in the car, calling her a tramp, whore and slut, among other things. As the situation escalated, Beth called 911 because she claimed one of the other passengers was carrying a gun in holster.

By the time the police arrived, the Chapmans were gone, but the teen filed a harassment complaint for the use of "coarse language." Beth was issued a court summons for misdemeanor harassment, but when she did not appear, an arrest warrant was issued. Now Beth's lawyer says that she will turn herself in and accept the summons.

Dog and Beth's new show, "Dog and Beth: On the Hunt" returns with new episodes Aug. 24 on CMT.
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