Police: Colorado warrant seeks wife of bounty hunter 'Dog'

MONUMENT, Colo. - An arrest warrant has been issued for the wife of TV bounty hunter Duane "Dog" Chapman after she was accused of verbally harassing a Colorado teenager.

An attorney for Beth Chapman said she did nothing wrong.

The Colorado Springs Gazette reported Thursday (http://tinyurl.com/lvftfyw ) that police in Monument, north of Colorado Springs, couldn't reach Chapman to issue a summons, so they obtained the warrant.

The warrant is over a verbal argument that took place at Monument Lake on July 10.

The 16-year-old Lewis-Palmer High School "gets out of the car and Beth starts yelling at her, calling her a tramp, slut and whore," a police report obtained by the Gazette states.

Beth Chapman told RadarOnline.com that the girl deserved to be scolded.

"The only thing this girl got was a tongue lashing that her mother should have given her before she left the house that day in her Daisy Dukes with her butt cheeks hanging out," she is quoted as saying.

Chapman's Colorado attorney, Gary Lozow, said she will cooperate with police and expects to be exonerated.

The Chapmans appear on the CMT show "Dog and Beth: On the Hunt." They own a home in Castle Rock.