Entertainment Duane Chapman is not engaged to his assistant and 'dearest friend' Moon Angell

06:55  04 february  2020
06:55  04 february  2020 Source:   celebrity.nine.com.au

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Is Duane 'Dog the Bounty Hunter' Chapman engaged ? The 66-year-old TV personality, who lost his wife Beth Chapman to cancer back in June, seemingly popped the big Moon Angell had the look of shock on her face, but the teaser cuts away before fans could get her answer to the big question.

Angell became a personal assistant for Duane and Beth more than 20 years ago. According to her LinkedIn profile, she was hired in September In December, Duane ’s daughter Lyssa Chapman got in a heated Twitter battle with Angell , responding to a since-deleted report that she was dating her father.

Duane Chapman, aka Dog the Bounty Hunter, is setting the record straight on rumours he proposed to his longtime assistant, Moon Angell.

Fans were convinced that the reality star popped the big question last month after a video of Chapman on bended knee emerged on social media. And many were not happy given it has only been eight months since the death of his wife, Beth Chapman.


The video in question was a promo clip for Dr Oz, in which the 67-year-old could be seen saying, "Moon Angell, will you marry me?" But after the episode aired in its full entirety on Monday, there was clearly a lot more to the scene than what was shown.

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Duane "Dog" Chapman and Moon Angell admit to Dr. Oz that she has moved her clothes into his home. It's something that ’s upset the Chapman family as it's only been seven months since Beth passed away. Dog's daughter, Lyssa, first claimed on social media that Angell "replaced" Beth's items.

Duane Chapman , better known as Dog the Bounty Hunter, is Chapman ’s daughter, Lyssa, was not happy about it, slamming Angell for moving her clothes into the “ Moon has been a trustworthy and loyal friend to me for over 20 years,” Chapman told Radar Online of his longtime personal assistant .

Chapman assured viewers that Angell was just his "dearest friend" and to "test" their friendship, he proposed to her.

"What? We're friends Duane. I love you as a friend. I can't marry you," she replied. "Right at this very moment, I don't see you as that. I love you and Beth as my friends."

Chapman replied that he knew she would decline but he just wanted "everyone else to know, too".

a man and a woman taking a selfie: Duane Chapman calls assistant Moon Angell 'my dearest friend'.© Instagram Duane Chapman calls assistant Moon Angell 'my dearest friend'.

Earlier in the episode, Chapman revealed that if he ever felt ready to move on, he had Beth's full blessing.

"Well, one time she said, if something would happen, because I always said, 'You're not going to die. Don't worry, you're not going to die,'" he told host Dr Mehmet Oz of his wife, who died from cancer in June. "I held that to the very last breath, 'You're not dying.' And she said, 'I want you to be happy.'"

Beth Chapman wearing a hat: Chapman's wife Beth died from cancer in June 2019. © Instagram Chapman's wife Beth died from cancer in June 2019.

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