Dog the Bounty Hunter’s Son Sold Tabloids Info Before

Tucker Appears to Have Violated State Laws on Taping Dog 

The Dog story keeps getting more bizarre. Gloss Lip and TMZ report that Duane “Dog” Chapman’s son, Tucker, had sold information about his father to the tabloids before the tape incident.
It’s also been reported that his son probably violated Hawaii state law by taping the conversation and releasing it in the first place.

Startling news from TMZ and Glosslip:
It would seem that Duane “Dog” Chapman’s son Tucker has a bit of a chip on his shoulder about his famous bounty hunter dad…because this isn’t the first time he’s sold information about his dad to the tabloids:

Meanwhile, a source tells TMZ that the revelation that Dog’s son Tucker was the one who sold his father’s rant to the National Enquirer isn’t so shocking — given that he’s done it before. We’re told that just a few months back, Tucker was paid by the tabloid for a story about his dad disappearing.

Tucker seems to be upset with his father because Dog disapproves of his girlfriend, who happens to be black:

Attorney Brook Hart told The Associated Press that Chapman’s son, Tucker, sent the recording to the tabloid for “a lot of money.”

“I guess because of whatever level of anger he had of his father, he felt the need to express it in that manner,” Hart said. […]

In the conversation, Chapman urges Tucker to break up with his girlfriend. He also expresses concern about the girlfriend trying to tape and go public about the TV star’s use of the N-word.

In a statement, the 54-year-old Chapman said he has “utmost respect and aloha for black people who have suffered so much due to racial discrimination and acts of hatred.

“I did not mean to add yet another slap in the face to an entire race of people who have brought so many gifts to this world,” he said. “I am ashamed of myself and I pledge to do whatever I can to repair this damage I have caused.”

Hart said his client is not a racist and vowed never to use the word again.

Read rest of story:

Dog’s Son May Soon Be in Doghouse 

Sources:

Dog’s Son May Soon Be in Doghouse

Glosslip

Mondoreb blogs at Death By 1000 Papercuts. Interested readers can e-mail him at
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