The wife of Duane "Dog the Bounty Hunter" Chapman is in the fight of her life against cancer again. And RadarOnline has obtained exclusive photos of Beth Chapman crying after her scary throat surgery.
As Radar readers know, Beth underwent emergency surgery on her throat on Tuesday, November 27, after learning the devastating news that her cancer had returned.
Today, she has undergone a biopsy to see if the cancer has spread, as Radar has exclusively reported. Now Beth and Duane are anxiously awaiting the test results.
The reality TV stars traveled to Los Angeles so that Beth could see a specialist at the city's famed Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. The emergency trip happened after she "felt sick," according to The Blast, which first reported the story.
Doctors removed a blockage in Beth's throat and discovered following the procedure that her throat cancer has returned.
Duane exclusively told Radar after her surgery, “They cut a hole in her throat so she can breathe. She can still talk, so she’s doing the best she can and remains incredibly strong.”
Scroll through Radar's gallery to see Beth's tearful post-op moments with Duane right by her side at the hospital.
Beth, 51, cried after her surgery. Her devoted husband Duane, 65, put his hand lovingly on her forehead as she was lying in her hospital bed.
The reality TV wife who starred on eight seasons of A & E's Dog the Bounty Hunter was understandably emotional after her surgery. She stared at the camera while hooked up to medical equipment at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Beth was wheeled out of surgery by medical staff at the hospital.
Beth revealed she was diagnosed with stage II throat cancer in September 2017. But in the November 2017 TV special, Dog & Beth: Fight of Their Lives, they announced that she was cancer-free.
Duane had said on the TV special last year of Beth's apparent recovery, "This could be a miracle. This could be a healing. The doctor said if I wasn’t such a good husband it wouldn’t have worked out that great. Oh, I can breathe. Beth Chapman, you did it." The two celebrated their wedding anniversary earlier this year believing she had beaten cancer.
But now, Beth has had emergency throat surgery and Duane exclusively told Radar, "She can still talk, so she’s doing the best she can and remains incredibly strong." Beth was set to undergo a biopsy on her lungs on Wednesday, November 28.
Keep reading Radar for updates on Beth's brave fight.
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