Duane “Dog” Chapman’s Daughter, Lyssa Rae, Arrested On Multiple Charges

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Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman’s daughter Lyssa Rae Chapman was arrested last week Thursday night on charges of harassment and resisting arrest, a representative for the Honolulu Police Department told PEOPLE. Lyssa Rae was released on $500 bail for the harassment offense and $100 for the resisting arrest offense.

Chapman’s daughter seemed to refer to her troubles on Twitter by sharing a meme that read, “I TRIED TO FOLLOW MY DREAMS BUT NOW I HAVE MULTIPLE RESTRAINING ORDERS.”

It’s not exactly clear what caused the arrest, but Lyssa has been publicly feuding with Dog’s friend Moon Angell on social media.

Angell is a former personal assistant to Dog, and she has had a more prominent presence in his life since his wife Beth Chapman passed away due to cancer complications in June 2019. Despite a source close to the family, who insisted that their relationship was just platonic, Dog seemingly proposed to Angel on an upcoming episode of The Dr. Oz Show.

In a teaser clip from the show, Dog shared that he called Angell when he felt suicidal – and she defined their relationship as “intimate.”

“I am a lot happier with her around,” he told Oz.

However, Lyssa Rae wasn’t ecstatic about their relationship.

“You’re [a] disgusting woman,” Lyssa tweeted to Angell in December 2019. “Any person who moves in on a man weeks after losing his wife, who you were supposed to be a ‘friend’ to, Is the lowest scum on the planet-Which for you wasn’t that far of a step down from where you were before. God will get you MARY !!!”

After news of her dad’s proposal circulated, a Twitter follower reminded Lyssa Rae of “a man’s need for a woman and not to be alone.” However, she responded with:  “A need for a con artist?”

Brittany R

Brittany R

Brittany is a writer who is obsessed with rom-com movies, Gossip Girl, reality television, fashion, and pop-culture. When she isn't reporting on the latest celeb buzz, she is filling up her online shopping cart without checking out.