Dog the Bounty Hunter’s daughter Lyssa pleads not guilty to harassment and plans to fight charges at April trial – The Sun

DUANE “Dog” Chapman’s daughter Lyssa has pled not guilty to harassment and plans to fight the charges at trial in April.

The Sun can exclusively reveal Lyssa, 32, pled not guilty to two counts of harassment on March 4 at a court hearing.

Court papers reveal a trial in the case has been set for April 22.

Lyssa, who was not present at the hearing, was arrested on January 30 in Hawaii for allegedly “striking and shoving” police officers Kevin Rojas and Alema Everett.

She was released on $600 bail later that evening.

In an exclusive interview with The Sun, Lyssa claimed she “got into an argument with her girlfriend.”

She said she and her partner had “both been drinking” and began to argue in a non-violent manner.

Lyssa was “surprised” police came to her home for the altercation.

She claimed she was arrested after she “put her arm up to the police officer to stop them from coming in."

The reality star told The Sun: “The situation was definitely escalated by the police and they were very rough with me.”

Lyssa plans to file a complaint against the officers.

She continued: “The whole thing has been really upsetting.

“I’m sorry and embarrassed. It’s just been a stressful time for me and my family.”

While Lyssa is dealing with legal issues, her family troubles have been resolved.

As The Sun has reported, Lyssa was against her father’s relationship with family friend Moon Angell only months after the death of her stepmom Beth in June 2019.

Lyssa fired in December over Twitter: “You’re a disgusting woman. 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.”

She went off again in January when Dog, 67, posted a photo with Moon: “If someone who met your family by dating your brother tried to date your father after your step-mom died, what would you do?”


But in February, Dog and Moon called it quits when she declined his marriage proposal on The Dr. Oz Show.

Dog explained how while Moon moved into the home he shared with Beth, he proposed to prove they weren't romantically involved.

The Sun exclusively reported the family was “relieved” when Moon moved out of his Colorado house.

Dog even reconnected with Lyssa’s daughter Abbie, 17, who joined the Air Force.

The Sun exclusively reported Lyssa is planning a move to Colorado to be closer to her father.

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