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Entertainment Dog the Bounty Hunter reveals he's 'broke'

01:45  20 january  2020
01:45  20 january  2020 Source:   wonderwall.com

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Dog The Bounty Hunter has admitted he has fallen on tough financial times, after his wife' s very expensive 2- year battle with cancer. Duane ' Dog ' Chapman spoke with the New York Times about his current financial situation, where he claims if things don't turn around quickly, he could lose his home.

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"I'm broke," Dog says in a new profile in the New York Times.

The outlet points out that in addition to finding himself without a TV contract, the 66-year-old reality star has "12 children, 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren," many of whom Dog is presumably helping to support. On top the medical bills that piled up while Beth battled cancer -- and the way bounty hunting works, in general -- Dog is struggling to figure out his next move.

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In another blow to his family, Dog The Bounty Hunter revealed his dog died of a “ broken heart” amid wife Beth Chapman’ s cancer crisis.

Beth Chapman, Duane 'Dog' Chapman are posing for a picture: Dog the Bounty Hunter and wife Beth Chapman pose for pictures before a boxing match at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Jan. 19, 2008. © Jason Szenes/EPA/Shutterstock Dog the Bounty Hunter and wife Beth Chapman pose for pictures before a boxing match at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Jan. 19, 2008. He's also still extremely lonely.

Speaking to the Times, he admitted that he needs "the attention" he was getting on TV. "I wake up every day and say, 'Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the baddest bounty hunter of them all?' I need love," he said.

Asked what's on the horizon, Dog sounded unsure.

"This is the big moment," he said. "That's the big question."

The paper also checked in with Dog's manager, Amy Weiss, who admitted he's "very lonely," telling the Times she joined Dog in the hospital when he was with Beth and she could see how hard it was for him.

"He's lost, but he knows he must go on and provide for his family," she said.

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RELATED: Dog the Bounty Hunter Says Beth Chapman Told Him ‘Let Me Go’ in Final Moments Before Death. He also revealed that he ’ s dropped While Dog assured that he “would never commit suicide,” he is at peace if his time on Earth were to end soon. “I am ready now to go,” he said, but

a couple of people that are talking to each other: Duane 'Dog' Chapman and Beth Chapman appear in a promotional photo for © A E Tv Network/Kobal/Shutterstock Duane 'Dog' Chapman and Beth Chapman appear in a promotional photo for The profile also shows how Dog's determination has helped him get through other challenges, including drug charges and his own time behind bars.

"I am the prime example of the system: The bail bond system, the legal system, of crime," Dog said. "I'm a second chance. Guys who don't have job hopes when they get out, why do you think they go back to what they were doing before they were convicted? If I can change, anyone can. But it's going to be a lot harder now without Beth, that's for sure."

Beth died in Hawaii on June 26, 2018, after a long battle with throat cancer followed by lung cancer. Dog was with her when she died.

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