Dog the Bounty Hunter’s new girlfriend’s son, Justin Bihag, was arrested over the weekend after Dog’s daughter, Lyssa Chapman, called the cops on him.
Justin Bihag was arrested on Sunday in Edgewater, Colo., on suspicion of violating a protective order prohibiting substance use, according to TMZ.
Reportdely Dog’s daughter, Lyssa Chapman, was the one responsible for snitching to the police regarding Justin Bihag‘s alleged parole violation. Officers arrived on the scene and discovered that Justin Bihag smelled of alcohol and noticed signs of marijuana use throughout the house. Justin Bihag reportedly called Chapman, who tried to calm him down, to no avail.
Lyssa Chapman was made aware of Justin Bihag‘s behavior through a third party and felt obligated to inform the police.
As reported, Lyssa Chapman is currently at war with Dog’s new woman, Moon Angell, for dating and moving in with her famous dad just weeks after the death of her stepmom, Beth Chapman. Dog’s wife of more than a decade, Beth Chapman, died in June 2019.
Lyssa Chapman dragged Moon Angell on Twitter after learning she was dating her date.
“You’re disgusting woman,” Lyssa tweeted. “Any person who moves in on a man weeks after losing his wife, who you were supposed to be a ‘friend’ to, is the lowest scum on the planet – Which for you wasn’t that far of a step down from where you were before. God will get you MARY!!!”
Moon Angell defended herself in a since-deleted tweet, but Lyssa, 32, fired back.
She wrote: “I know you don’t know this. But he’s my dad you dummy. Riding is coat tail. B—h please. Lol. You’re dumb. Keep talking s–t about his baby and see how far that gets you.”
On Monday, Lyssa again tweeted, claiming that her late stepmother offered a warning about Angell before her passing.
“My dad is a GROWN A– MAN. His money. His dynasty,” said Lyssa. “But you can guarantee that my name is not going down in history as a person who supported this.”
After Justin Bihag was arrested, Lyssa Chapman tweeted: “Nothing like a good dose of JUSTICE. One down, one to go.”