And they lived happily ever after...
After OK! spilled all of the Chapman family drama leading up to Duane “Dog The Bounty Hunter” Chapman’s wedding to Francie Frane, new reports are surfacing showing the lengths the reality TV star had to go to in order to carry out his special day.
The 68-year-old bounty hunter reportedly had to hire extra security in the form of German Shepherds and Navy SEALs after an anonymous threat came in claiming they would throw paint on Frane’s wedding dress.
One guest at the September 2 affair in Colorado Springs, Colorado, also claimed their car tires were slashed with “razor blades,” while another claimed someone left a “mysterious pungent odor” in their car.
The former bail bondsman's three sons, Jon, Leland, and Garry Boy Chapman, attended the wedding and escorted their father down the aisle.
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Many guests believe the mischievous hiccups at the newlywed’s nuptials were caused by the family drama that was unfolding before the wedding.
As OK! reported, Dog’s two daughters Bonnie and Cecily were not invited to the ceremony. Bonnie claimed her support for the Black Lives Matter movement got her 86’ed from the wedding.
The brunette beauty previously stated that her dad’s behavior drastically changed after her mom Beth’s passing — she tragically died in 2019 after a long battle with throat cancer.
“My dad ran away from the person she inspired him to be,” she wrote in a statement posted via Instagram on Tuesday, August 24.
Bonnie alleged her dad was emotionally and verbally abusive to her starting from a young age. “As a child, I was always silenced by him, threatened with physical violence,” she explained. “I will no longer back down. I stand for what I believe in firmly and I think my mother deserves the honor.”