The family fight between Dog the Bounty Hunter and his children over his new special friend continues to rage on and this time the shots are being fired by the eldest daughter of his late wife. Cecily Chapman spoke out Thursday afternoon, as she has been aligned with her sister Lyssa Chapman against their father's friend, Moon Angell.
Cecily, the daughter of the late Beth Chapman, took to Twitter, where she has been airing many of her grievances about the accusations of a new woman in her bounty hunting father's life.
The Kids Are Upset
Cecily began retweeting messages of support from fans before posting a not-so-subtle tweet towards her father's alleged GF.
"In fact get out my mother's bed," she wrote. Most fans supported her, but some claimed she was just trying to stir the pot."
"The only one ruining my dad is #MOON and her nasty children who are all con artist," Cecily responded.
She then added, "I love my dad and I feel really sorry for him that he's even stuck with this b**** cuz I'm sure she's threatening everything and everyone against him just so she can live up in my momma's room."
Cecily also claims that Moon has had issues around their circle of friends for some time, and alleged that she caused controversy during Beth Chapman's funeral.
"funny thing is he wouldn't even hardly let her in to the funeral with some other dude! SHE acts like she hasn't been hated her whole life why you think the woman's got 30 something aliases? BITCH PLEASE! CONSTANTLY HIDING FROM SOMETHING," Cecily wrote.
Cecily has been united with her sister Lyssa in aggressively attacking Moon, even though the woman has been giving the stamp of approval from Dog himself.
They All Love Dog
Even though the girls are clearly against Moon, they are still on the side of their father and appear to only be trying to protect him while preserving their late mother's legacy.
In response to a fan questioning Dog's health, his other daughter Bonnie responded, "My papa is fine, talked to him this morning."
Lyssa Chapman also voiced love for her father in a post on Thursday:
"you’ll always be our hero, and we’ll always be your biggest fans. So lucky we get to call you Dad and Grandpa. Now let’s go get some bad guys."