Beth Chapman was so beloved by her fans, that some of them are asking the late reality star's family for her ashes so that they can all have a bit of the bounty huntress.
Beth and Dog the Bounty Hunter's daughter, Bonnie Chapman, recently hosted a Q&A on Instagram, and answered a ton of questions about how she's dealing with the loss of her mother.
Apparently Bonnie was getting bombarded by fans asking to get a hold of Beth's ashes, and the 20-year-old was not having it.
"Please don't ask me for my mother's ashes," Bonnie wrote on IG. She added, "Ashes are for family, no one else. No exceptions."
As we reported, Beth was cremated earlier this month after she passed away during her hard-fought battle with cancer.
Some of the reality star's ashes were spread out in the waters of Waikiki during a traditional Hawaiian memorial service.
More were spread near her family home in Colorado after Dog and the family held a public Celebration of Life at the Christian Heritage Center in Aurora.
Beth was not only eulogized by family during the service, but famous friends, including Gene Simmons' wife, Shannon Tweed.
Tweed, who was BFFs with Beth, said "we came from nothing, her and I," adding that, "we spotted what we wanted, we waited and we got it," referring to their husbands.
She said "we both ended up with these larger than life men," and that "she gave me some sage advice about my situation," referring to her long relationship with Gene Simmons before getting married.
She also spoke on the last days with Beth, and how tough it was to see her friend grow so weak.