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Dog the Bounty Hunter' Duane Chapman criticizes rumors about the condition of his wife Beth

Dog the Bounty Hunter' Duane Chapman criticizes rumors about the condition of his wife Beth

Amid reports that Beth Chapman's health continues to decline, her husband and former "Dog the Bounty Hunter" colleague Duane asks fans not to draw conclusions.

Beth Chapman, 51, was placed in a medically induced coma during the weekend after being transferred to the intensive care unit at Queen's Medical Center in Hawaii. Beth was originally diagnosed with throat cancer in stage 2 in September 2017 after having reviewed the persistent cough; He came back later as stage 4 lung cancer, Rep. Mona Wood-Sword told The Associated Press.

The family's lawyer, Andrew Brettler, told the US TODAY on Monday that the members of the family "have been with her in the hospital", where she is in a "very serious" condition.

Several exits reported on Tuesday that it was not expected to recover, based on an unnamed TMZ source. Without going into detail, Duane hit the reporters.

"90% of what you're hearing is false news, I do not want to be unpleasant, but some are filling in the blanks," wrote Duane Chapman on Tuesday night. "Please keep praying!"

The star of reality added that fans could expect an "accurate update soon" of WGN America, the network previously used to issue a new series starring Chapmen called "Dog's Most Wanted."

USA TODAY has contacted WGN America, Chapman's spokesperson and attorney for comments.

After Chapman's hospitalization, WGN issued a statement on Twitter, "sending our thoughts and prayers to @MrsdogC.We have come to know Beth as a strong and powerful fighter, and we hope she will recover soon to reunite with her beloved family.".

Chapman was originally diagnosed with throat cancer in stage 2 in September 2017 after being checked for a persistent cough. The star of reality began chemotherapy for lung cancer in December 2018, confirmed Brettler to USA TODAY at that time.