Dog The Bounty Hunter’s daughter vows to file complaint against cops for being ‘rough’ when they arrested her – The Sun

LYSSA Chapman revealed she will file a complaint against the cops who were “very rough” during her arrest on Thursday in Hawaii.

Duane “Dog” Chapman’s daughter, 32, was arrested for harassment against law enforcement and resisting arrest after she “got into an argument with her girlfriend,” Lyssa told The Sun Online.



The former bail bondswoman admitted she and her partner Leiana had “both been drinking” but maintained “they were not violent.”

The Colorado native revealed she was “surprised” when two police officers later showed up at their home and claims she was arrested after she “put her arm up to the police officer to stop them coming in.”

She continued to tell The Sun Online of the intense encounter: ”The situation was definitely escalated by the police and they were very rough with me.

"I will be filing a complaint against the cops.

"The whole thing has been really upsetting. I’m sorry and embarrassed, it's just been a stressful time for me and my family,” she added but noted that she and Leiana were now on good terms.



The arrest happened in Kaneohe County, Hawaii on Thursday at 10:05pm for the charges, Central Receiving in Honolulu confirmed to The Sun.

She was released on $600 bail later that night, TMZ first reported.

Lyssa’s brush with the law comes after a drama-filled week with her father as he proposed to his controversial new girlfriend Moon Angell on the Dr. Oz Show.

The tearful Dog the Bounty Hunter star, 66, popped the question on-air to his new lover – who was also his late wife Beth Chapman’s best friend and maid of honor.

Moon – who acted as her friend’s personal assistant too – reportedly began her relationship with Dog only weeks after Beth’s tragic passing from cancer in June 2019.


After Lyssa feuded with her dad for months, the reality star allegedly proposed to Moon as a “threat” if she and the rest of his family carried on criticizing the relationship, an insider claimed.

Lyssa slammed Moon on Twitter last month: “You’re a disgusting woman. Any person who moves in on a man weeks after losing his wife, who you were supposed to be a ‘friend’ to, is the lowest scum on the planet.”

Soon after the attack, Dog posted a photo with his lover and Lyssa went off again: “If someone who met your family by dating your brother tried to date your father after your step-mom died, what would you do?”

Moon defended herself and hastily fired back: “We’re talking about ONE person destroying more than one person here. NOBODY is behaving like she is. A child who never even loved Beth.

“You people don’t want the truth and keep rewarding bad behavior. Something, even family, must walk away from family.”

The day before her arrest, Lyssa honored her late stepmom with a tribute on Twitter

"Beth, I went to Bubba Gump Co. today and said goodbye to your booth. I remember all the drinks, memories, shopping trips,

"Christmas's and FUN we had. I miss you so much. Constantly trying to keep your legacy alive,” she wrote alongside a throwback photo of the pair together.

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