Dog The Bounty Hunter’s ex shades him by saying ‘money doesn’t buy life’ after he charges fans $1,000 for church tickets – The Sun

DUANE “Dog” Chapman’s ex-girlfriend Moon Angell shaded him after he charged fans $1,000 for church tickets amid his money woes.

Dog, 67, and Moon split in February after she turned down his marriage proposal on The Dr. Oz Show.

The relationship caused tension with Dog and his children, as they began dating only months after his wife Beth’s June 2019 death from cancer.

Moon re-tweeted on Monday: “Bob Marley's last words were 'Money can't buy life.’”

The tweet comes after Dog announced his meet and greet at The Congregation Church in Placentia, California on Easter Sunday.

Tickets for the meet and greet pass cost $1,000.

The appearance comes amid financial trouble for Dog.

As The Sun exclusively reported, he and late wife Beth were sued for $109,328,69 for failing to make monthly payments on a $2,240,000 home they purchased in 2015.

He is expected to go to trial in August 2020.

In addition, Hawaiian Airlines World Elite MasterCard sued Beth’s estate for $73,860.55 on January 27, 2020.

MasterCard filed a second claim for $1,078.78 for a different account on February 11, 2020, Hawaiian court papers obtained by The Sun revealed.

Although Dog is not responsible for personally paying off the debt, he is expected to handle claims against his wife’s estate as the representative.

The Sun also reported he owes $5,800.48 in back taxes for the 2019 year on his Colorado home.

Dog also has a lien on the home in the amount of $5,809.44, which includes interest, the clerk for the Douglas County Treasurer's Office confirmed to The Sun.

In an interview with The New York Times, Dog revealed he is “broke” and is in danger of losing his Colorado home.

Dog has also been charging $200 for a personal video message on Cameo.

Moon also posted about their former romance.

She retweeted: “Your value doesn't decrease based on someone's inability to see your worth.”

Moon also re-tweeted, seemingly in regards to her ex-boyfriend: “You can’t control what people do, what they say, but you can control how you respond. Don’t give away your joy.”

Dog’s daughters Lyssa and Cecily slammed Moon over social media for moving in on their dad soon after her best friend Beth’s death.

A source told The Sun the family is “relieved” over their split.

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