Dog The Bounty Hunter's daughters are at war! Lyssa Chapman is coming out swinging in her father's defense as her sister, Cecily Chapman, continues questioning his motives behind the search for Brian Laundrie.
As Radar reported, Cecily went after her famous dad's jugular in a teaser for her upcoming reality show.
Dog's daughter claimed he wasn't there for her when she was having marital problems with her husband. She also claimed it was ironic that he was so quick to insert himself in the Brian search after Gabby Petito's death was ruled a homicide.
While Cecily has trashed Dog's involvement in the case, calling it nothing more than a "publicity stunt," her sister is standing by their father.
Taking to her social media, Lyssa praised Dog with a touching appreciation post. Sharing a solo pic of her bounty hunter dad, she wrote, "Appreciation post for amazing man I call Dad ."
Unlike Cecily, Lyssa claimed she was "proud" to be Dog's daughter and even rubbed her sister's nose in it by hashtagging, "My dad is my superhero."
Lyssa has been working with Dog in the hunt for Brian, who has been missing since September
Earlier in the week, Cecily questioned her dad's motives for finding Brian.
“It's just a publicity stunt. That's really what it is. He needs to back off and let the FBI handle it," Cecily told The Sun. “Realistically, how is he doing this, what the hell is he doing, and who is funding this nonsense!?” she asked.
Cecily wondered if Dog's using his search for Brian as bait for a new reality show — something he has denied.
“A real network would be aware of the situation and I'm pretty sure everyone knows that this is a f---ing publicity stunt," she said.
She also called the video showing Dog in waist-height water during the search "totally staged."
Interestingly enough, the vice president of the Florida Bail Bondsmen Association claims Dog doesn't have a license to hunt in the state of Florida.
According to Daily Mail, he's not licensed as a bounty hunter or a private detective in the Sunshine State, making it impossible for him to arrest Brian without serious consequences.
If Dog holds Brian against his will, he could face charges of "kidnapping or false imprisonment," the Tallahassee-based bondsmen said.
Brian is currently wanted by the FBI in relation to using an "unauthorized" credit card in the days after Gabby was last seen alive.