Dog The Bounty Hunter Says He Proposed To Moon Angell Because He Knew She Would Say No -- Admits He Would Like To Be More Than Friends
Dong the Bounty Hunter has been in the headlines lately for his friendship with his late wife's former assistant. Although Moon Angell is no longer living with him, he is open to a relationship with her.
Moon was allegedly only there to keep a watchful eye on the reality star who took Beth Chapman's death extremely hard. Now that he is no longer having suicidal thoughts, Angell has left the building .
On an episode of Dr. Oz, Dog proposed to his friend who turned him down -- something that he knew she would do.
In an exclusive with Entertainment Tonight, he admits that he may have embarrassed the woman by asking her to be his wife but he felt that was the only way to put the rumors that they were dating to rest.
However, he goes on to say that he is super lonely and would probably have a relationship with Moon Angell if she was open to it.
'Yes, I am going to be honest with you, brother. Yeah, I think I would have because it was more accessible.'
He went on to say that Moon told him straight up: ''No one will ever love you like Beth did. You better stop looking for that because there is no woman alive that will ever love you like that.' When you lose a spouse, man or woman, you are looking for that again. So you look for that and for someone to tell you that, it kind of stopped me dead in my tracks. I'm like, wow, so she's kind of cold-blooded. She knows how to stop me and that's kind of a direct point.'
He also touched on the state of his relationship with his children.
Baby Lyssa infamously revealed that Moon dated her brother and was putting her clothes in the closet where her deceased stepmother's clothes were.
Dog said that he has to 'restaple' everybody because they have been 'brawling' since the passing of his partner.