Dog Bounty Hunter star Duane "Dog" Chapman and daughter Bonnie Chapman put online sellers of unauthorized shirts with late Beth Chapman face on notice. The father daughter duo condemned the sale of the products and told fans that the only authorized shirts can be purchased through their website. Bonnie said her mother would be "pissed" if she heard about the shirts.
"All t-shirts with Beth's similarity from thebountystore.com are not authorized. Please do not buy these t-shirts, please report these ads and take Bonnie if you see them," Chapman tweeted Saturday afternoon .
"Please take me into any of these ads and goods. We didn't approve any of this, Mom would be sour" Bonnie added in tweets of his father's.
Chapman added another tweet where he told fans to "report all these shirts to Beth's memorial" and remind fans that the only authorized merchandise is on their site.
Bonnie also retweeted a fan who expressed her support and disgust at people who would try to make a buck of Beth's death.
"It is a puzzled shame and write down pathetically that people are trying to make a profit out of someone passing from this world who was a legendary person who was well respected and was an inspiration to many people, how rude and disgusting, some people may be. " tab wrote .
Several of Chapman's fans have already reported links to unauthorized shirts in tweets. Some shirts were listed on online T-shirt stores, including one like Beth's picture under "R.I.P. Beth Chapman."
– Rayne Falls (@RayneFallsJuli) June 29, 2019
Another Twitter user reported a T-shirt using art from Chapman's upcoming WGN America series Most Wanted Dog .
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– Bonnie Chapman (@Bonniejoc) June 29, 2019
Beth died Wednesday at age 51. She was diagnosed with neck cancer in 2017 and thought to be cancerous until it returned in November 2018. Beth was put on a medically induced coma last weekend and was never restored.
Chapman plans to have memorial service in Hawaii and Colorado. The Hawaii ceremony takes place on Saturday at 2 am local time at Fort DeRussy Beach in Waikiki, Hawaii.
"Beth had two homes – Hawaiian and Colorado." I love Hawaiian in the most, "she said, so she will be sent out in true Hawaiian style, with aloha," the family said in a statement Friday. "Duane Chapman is also completing plans for a memorial service in Colorado, and details will be announced shortly. Those who want to post pictures and videos are asked to tag with #alohaoemrsdog."
Chapmans became a television fame thanks to their long-running A&E series The Dog Bounty Hunter . Weeks before Beth's death, they filmed the first season of Dog's Most Wanted which is expected to fly next year.
A & E plans to fly a four hour dog Bounty Hunter marathon Monday morning.