“Duane Chapman, the star of A&E’s top rated ‘Dog the Bounty Hunter,’ had to cancel his scheduled appearance at Casino Nova Scotia on October 22nd, due to complications from a serious leg injury. As reported in worldwide media recently, Chapman spent time at UCLA Medical Center with a possible blood clot and separation of the muscle from the bone. The leg, which is not healing, has put Chapman under observation again with doctor’s strongly advising that he not travel long distances for fear of irreparable damage. He will be forced to travel back to Los Angeles next week to see specialists.
Dog stated “I am severely disappointed as Beth and I really enjoyed our last trip to Halifax and we have been looking forward to this engagement. I am hoping to reschedule soon.”
from @officialdognews on Twitter
http://www.cathedraloffaith.org/currentevents.html for information on Dog’s visit to San Jose, California Oct 3 at 5pm and 7pm
Duane (Dog the Bounty Hunter) Chapman was rushed to UCLA Medical Center Saturday RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.
Chapman was admitted to the ER for a possible blood clot, a source close to the reality star and real-life fugitive hunter confirms to RadarOnline.com. He was checked out and released.
Dog had developed a blood clot when he was injured in a bounty capture earlier this year. It was resolved at the time but when he felt pain Saturday morning, he was advised to go to the ER to have it checked out “to avoid possible serious complications,” another source tells RadarOnline.com exclusively. Fortunately, Dog was good to go after a thorough check-up by the docs.
On Thursday, they were spotted having lunch in Malibu where an eyewitness tells RadarOnline.com, Dog looked happy and healthy as he sat with his arms around Beth.
Dog and Beth, who live in Honolulu, are in Los Angeles for several TV and radio appearances promoting the seventh season of their hit reality show.