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Dog the Bounty Hunter’s Daughter Lyssa Chapman Deletes Her Twitter Account After Brian Laundrie Search

by Shelby Scott
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Duane Chapman, better known as Dog the Bounty Hunter, has taken some critical hits following his involvement with the now-concluded Brian Laundrie manhunt. However, throughout his involvement prior to the discovery of Laundrie’s remains, his daughter Lyssa Chapman remained supportive of her father’s endeavors. She expressed pride in Chapman following the manhunt’s conclusion. She’d previously updated followers on the bounty hunter’s progress prior to his ending of the search.

Now, authorities have officially concluded the search and work to identify Brian Laundrie’s cause of death. Meanwhile, it appears the famous bounty hunter’s daughter has suddenly deleted her Twitter account. You can check out the page here, however, a message stating “This account doesn’t exist,” will pop up. This means she’s deleted the account and any posts, recent or otherwise, will be undiscoverable.

Dog the Bounty Hunter surely received some intense criticism throughout his search. Many even suggested his own investigations simply hindered that of the FBI and North Port, Florida law enforcement. Perhaps that criticism flooded over to his daughter Lyssa considering her own involvement with the investigation. Regardless, the sudden decision is interesting and we promise to update as information comes forth.

Lyssa Chapman Proud of Her Father’s Search Efforts

Prior to the discovery of Brian Laundrie’s remains, Dog the Bounty Hunter was intent on bringing the fugitive in alive. Regardless of what the public said regarding his involvement, Lyssa Chapman was proud of her father’s good intentions.

In her sentimental post, Miss Chapman revealed the thousands of leads Dog and his crew tried to follow up on. The public data showed a record of 3,400 phone messages and 1,060 texts. She then wrote, “I’m sure if Gabby’s Dad asked anyone of you for help you would have done the same thing my dad did. He used his skills, contacts, money and time to help and I appreciate all of the kind messages of support.”

Chapman concluded the post, “On to the next case…” and hopefully, we’ll be able to see Dog the Bounty Hunter hone in and catch his prey then.

Dog the Bounty Hunter Prays for Gabby Petito’s Family

While the discovery of Brian Laundrie’s remains concluded the intensive manhunt in Florida’s Carlton Reserve and other search efforts across the country, we are still left with an onslaught of questions. And, as before while Laundrie was missing, many of those questions will continue to go unanswered.

Because of this, Gabby Petito’s family will never receive full closure following the death of their daughter and as such, Outsider expresses our deepest sympathies.

Additionally, Dog the Bounty Hunter also expressed his own sympathy following the discovery of the deceased fugitive’s remains. “The positive ID of Brian Laundrie’s remains gives some measure of closure to this case, if not to Gabby’s family,” Chapman shared, “who will likely now never know what truly happened.”

Sympathetically, he continued, “We are praying for Gabby’s family.” He related to their tragic situation as Chapman, a father himself, lost his own daughter in a car accident in 2006.

“I know there’s no ending to this story that brings Gabby back,” he shared. “Our thoughts are with them.”