It seems Bonnie Chapman isn't done calling Duane "Dog The Bounty Hunter" Chapman out, weeks after insisting he emotionally and verbally abused her.
On Monday, September 27, Bonnie took to her Instagram Story to post a message about narcissists, claiming everything a person like this does is "all an act."
"Covert Narcissists thrive on pretending to be something they are not. Altruistic. Kind. Empathetic. Connected. They get what they need out of life by creating this false self," her post read. "This façade gets them the things they want. Money. Respect. Sex."
"We want to believe that their kindness is true, their empathy is real, not BS," she continued. "They thrive on being able to fool and deceive. Narcissists cannot get what they want if the world knows who they really are. Their very survival depends upon their ability to fool those willing to believe."
The 22-year-old's post — which seemed to be directed at the bounty hunter, given their family drama and the claims she has made against him — comes a little over one month after she posted about gaslighting, a manipulative tactic used by a person to gain more control over another.
Bonnie appeared to be cryptically responding to Duane's claim that she and her half-sister, Cecily — who share late mom Beth Chapman — were making up "false" allegations against him to interfere with his wedding with Francie Frane earlier this month.
While breaking his silence amid the Chapmans' family rift, Duane insisted his daughters were "groomed" by his unethical former associates. "Please pray for Bonnie and Cecily to be released from whatever hold these people have on them," the TV personality concluded.
The claims he profusely denied included Bonnie and Cecily (Duane's step-daughter) saying they weren't invited to their estranged father's wedding because of their difference in views regarding the Black Lives Matter movement and racial equality.
Shortly after Bonnie's scathing claims, she revealed she had "been silenced by him, threatened with physical violence” from an early age, before declaring: "I will no longer back down. I stand for what I believe in firmly and I think my mother deserves the honor."