Dog The Bounty Hunter Calls Moon Angell His Dearest Friend, Reveals He Did Not Actually Propose

Talk about keeping it in the family.

Duane Chapman, better known to the public as Dog the Bounty Hunter, is doing his best to move on following the passing of his wife. Beth Chapman died from cancer seven months ago. Now, Chapman reveals to Dr. Oz that he has sparked a romance with his son’s ex-girlfriend.

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What’s more, the teaser for the episode suggests that Chapman has proposed to Moon Angell.

But when the full episode aired, it was revealed Dog did not actually propose to Angell, in fact, Dog used the proposal to prove to the world that he and Angell are just friends. Dog knew she would reject him.

“I think this will put a stop to a lot of this,” he said. “Moon Angell will you marry me?”

Looking at him in shock, Angell replied, “What? No. We’re friends, Duane. I love you as a friend.”

At the time of the teaser, a report from TMZ later asserted that the two are not actually engaged, claiming Chapman reportedly got caught up in the moment and is not following through with his proposal. But we now know this wasn’t the case.

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Lyssa Chapman, Duane’s daughter, shred Angell on social media and accused her of previously dating one of Dog’s sons. Lyssa did not specify which of her dad’s 10 sons Angell was romantically involved with.

ET Canada has reached out to Chapman’s rep for comment.

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