‘Dog’ sued for $30M: Dog The Bounty Hunter Sued
Published: July 19, 2015
‘Dog’ sued for $30M: Dog The Bounty Hunter Sued, Television personality Dog the Bounty Hunter and his wife Beth are being sued for $30 million by a fellow fugitive seeker who claims his life was ruined by appeared on their show.
Charles Fisher claims his reputation and bounty hunting business were destroyed after he was featured on the On The Hunt episode of Dog And Beth: On The Hunt.
He makes a battery of claims against 62-year-old Dog, real name Duane Chapman, and his other half in his recently filed lawsuit.
Fisher, who was described as a ‘corrupt bondsman’ on the CMT programme, alleges a dishonestly edited phone conversation was aired which made it appear he made off with $20,000 in collateral, according to TMZ,
Another of his complaints is that he was portrayed as ripping off his insurance company, and that he used a jail connection to drum up business, the news site reported.
In addition, he is claiming that he was only paid a quarter of the $20,000 he agreed with the couple to sell them his phone lines.
Fisher, despite the fact he admitted he was facing bankruptcy during his appearance on the show, claims that since his business has been ruined he is owed the eye-watering sum of $30,000,000.
This is not the first time Duane ‘Dog’ Chapman and his wife Beth have been in the headlines in recent years.
In September last year his daughter Lyssa Chapman and two of his grandchildren were involved in a serious car accident in Hawaii.
And in 2013 his 53-year-old wife Beth avoided charges after an alleged verbal assault on a girl during a family vacation in Colorado.
Dog himself also faced ridicule back 2012 after being beaten to tracking down a dangerous convicted felon who had jumped bail by state troopers, despite the self-proclaimed ‘world’s greatest bounty hunter’ spending three weeks seeking his prey.
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