Reality television star Beth Chapman was placed in a medically-induced coma, according to Bounty hunter husband Duane Chapman. The "Dog The Bounty Hunter" star shared a post on Facebook, asking for prayers. The family released a statement confirming that Chapman was admitted to the ICU at The Queen's Medical Center in Honolulu.

In 2017, Beth Chapman successfully underwent surgery for throat cancer. The couple later announced that cancer returned, forcing Chapman to have surgery again. this time, remove a tumor in her throat.

Beth Chapman has been driven to catch fugitives

Chapman starred alongside her husband Duane on their popular show "Dog the Bounty Hunter," which aired on A&E from 2004 to 2012. The series followed the team of bounty hunter couple who tracked down fugitives. The show filmed in their home state of Hawaii, as well as Colorado. The couple wed during an episode in season three. The couple revealed during their special 'Dog & Beth: Fight of Their Lives," that the cancer had returned. She was hospitalized in April, where doctors were forced to perform an emergency medical procedure.

The Chapmans have a new show coming to WGN America, "Dog's Most Wanted." The show will follow the pair as they track down their bucket list of top fugitives across America.

Beth still maintains a social presence online and recently shared a photo of herself with the hashtag #CancerWillNotBeatMe." Beth Chapman has spent almost 30 years in the bail bond business. Three years ago, she was elected President of the Professional Bail Agents of the United States. Somehow, the leading lady is muscling up to shoot the reality series that so many are anticipating.

Duane 'Dog' Chapman has been hunting fugitives since 2003

Chapman's husband Duane "Dog" Chapman first gained attention in 2003 after capturing fugitive Andrew Luster. Luster was facing charges for raping three women after he drugged them and recorded the act. Beth made a special appearance during a Mother's Day service in Florida, where she hinted that she is no longer undergoing chemo treatments and instead sees this as "the ultimate test of faith."

Beth began chemotherapy treatments in January, but now Chapman says chemotherapy is not for her.

Hawaii News Now was first to report the somber news. Chapman's lawyer spoke to USA Today and said the situation is very serious.

Beth Chapman experienced serving time in digital jail

As Chapman has become known for catching fugitives and throwing them in jail, it appears that she is serving time in Facebook jail. Beth announced on Instagram that she has been placed in Facebook jail. However, she said she will continue to speak her mind. Fans are now offering their memories and love to Chapman via Instagram. Fans have shared how much of an inspiration, Beth has been in their lives. One fan said Dog's autobiography helped them during a difficult time in their life.