On October 11, his daughter Lyssa announced that Dog the Bounty Hunter is returning to Colorado. According to accounts, the celebrity’s true name is Duane Lee Chapman, and he was injured in Florida while looking for Brian Laundrie. A local reporter originally reported the injuries, which Lyssa later verified. We don’t have many details, but we do know it happened when he was in Florida.
When Chapman joined the hunt for Laundrie in late September, he made headlines, and he has since achieved a number of breakthroughs. On September 30, he discovered a brand new Monster Energy Ultra Gold can near Fort De Soto Park, where Laundrie and his parents had gone camping. In fact, Donald Trump Jr. stated that he trusted Dog more than the FBI to find Laundrie because of his looks.
Chapman, on the other hand, hasn’t had the best of luck. Michael Donovan, the CEO and President of Unleashed Entertainment, issued Chapman with a $1.3 million lawsuit on October 7, while he was on the hunt. Then, on October 10, he hurt himself, forcing him to put his efforts on hold for the time being. However, as Lyssa revealed, the search for Laundrie is far from done.
Is Dog in good health?
Chapman’s whereabouts are unknown, but WFLA reporter Josh Benson tweeted, “Dog the Bounty Hunter’s crew just sent me an update. He’ll be returning to Colorado shortly to see his doctor after hurting his ankle during the search, according to reports. He’s also trying to raise money to continue his ‘expensive hunt.'” Because further information isn’t accessible, it’s unknown how serious Chapman’s injury is.
Nonetheless, it looks substantial enough for Chapman to halt his personal activities and return to Colorado. Lyssa verified this on Twitter, saying, “Dad is returning to Colorado for a short while to take care of some business. (Remember, he was on his honeymoon in Florida.) We’re still looking for #BrianLaundrie and have a team in Florida. I’ll share anything I can with you, as always.”
Chapman has not commented on the injury, and we have no clue how long he’ll be out or whether he’ll ever return to the field in Florida due to the lack of information. Even if he doesn’t, the famous bounty hunter has made it obvious that he has no plans to stop looking for Laundrie.
Who is Dog the Bounty Hunter’s Daughter ? Meet Lyssa Rae Chapman
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Lyssa Rae Chapman (born June 10, 1987) is an American businesswoman, television personality, former bail bondswoman, and bounty hunter. She is best known for her role on A&E TV’s Dog the Bounty Hunter, in which she and her father Duane “Dog” Chapman, as well as various friends and family members, track down and capture wanted fugitives.
Personal and professional lives
Chapman was the ninth of Duane “Dog” Chapman’s twelve children. Lyssa Rae Brittain (née Greene), his third wife, is her mother. To separate herself from her mother, “Big Lyssa,” she is referred to as “Baby Lyssa.”  She was reared by her father until she was ten years old, when she moved to Anderson, Alaska, to live with her mother and had no contact with her father for six years. She then joined him at Da Kine Bail Bonds, the family’s bail bond business. On Season 2 Episode 16 of Dog and Beth: On the Hunt, she made an appearance.
Abbie Mae Chapman, Chapman’s first daughter, was born the day after her sixteenth birthday. Abbie’s father was 24 years old at the time of conception, according to an interview given during Lyssa’s second pregnancy. Following that, he was arrested for statutory rape.
Chapman married Brahman “Bo” Galanti (born July 24, 1973) on February 20, 2009 in Oahu, Hawaii. In addition to their children from previous marriages, the couple has one kid together, Madalynn Grace Galanti. Chapman filed for divorce from Galanti in February 2011.  She was detained on March 15, 2011, for criminal property damage and assaulting a police officer. 
On May 7, 2013, Chapman’s autobiography, Walking on Eggshells: Discovering Strength and Courage Amid Chaos, was published by Howard Books, a subsidiary of Simon & Schuster. Lisa Wysocky contributed to the book as a co-author.
Chapman was engaged to Leiana Evensen, with whom she co-owned a tanning shop, as of 2018.
In November of this year, Chapman launched an online apparel brand.