Jamie Pilar Chapman Short Bio and Net Worth
Born on 24 September 1988 in the USA, Jamie Pilar Chapman nee Worley, is best known as the wife of Leland Chapman, a reality TV star and the son of Dog Chapman. Her net worth is estimated to be around $200,000. Jamie also attracts a lot of attention for her numerous tattoos and piercings, and while many condemn her lifestyle, she has a loyal fanbase and is supported by tattoo enthusiasts.
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The 31 year old TV star was born under Libra sign, but otherwise keeps a low profile and doesn’t share too much about her family and origins. She attended Calhoun, Community College in Decautar, Alabama, and graduated from there. Jamie appears in “Dog’s Most Wanted”, but isn’t present in the media as much as her partner.
Jamie is married to Leland Chapman, the star of “Dog the Bounty Hunter” and “Dog and Beth: On the Hunt” – the couple doesn’t have any children but they share love for animals, as well as tattoos and art.
Jamie and Leland are the proud owners of a German shepherd named Kona, who is often featured in their photos – Jamie even went out to jokingly make a set of photos entitled “Dog Mom AF”. They married in 2016 and are present on each other’s social media profiles. Some people insinuated that Jamie and Leland were on bad terms in mid-2019, as he unfollowed her on social media, but since then the tension has calmed down. Jamie shares some details from her personal life on her Instagram account, which reaches to 144,000 people.
Jamie posted a heartwarming photo of herself, her husband and their dog, which their followers found adorable, judging by the comments. She also shared a story about the differences between being in a new relationship, and being in a relationship for a long time. Leland, 12 years Jamie’s senior, was previously married to Maui Chapman – their marriage lasted for 10 years before they divorced in 2005.
Husband Leland Chapman Wiki
Leland Blane Chapman was born on 14 December 1976 under the Sagittarius sign, to Duane Chapman Sr. and his first wife, La Fonda Sue Darnall.
The 42 year-old is best known for appearing in “Hawaii Five-0”, “Dog and Beth: On the Hunt”, and “Dog’s Most Wanted”. However, things weren’t always so perfect for the renowned TV star – as a teenager, he was a gang member which resulted in his mother leaving him with a foster family and running away. Aged 17, Champan found one of his passions – mixed martial arts, and began training with his friend Sonny Westbrook. Leland also worked for his dad’s bail bonds company, Da Kine Bail Bond, alongside other members of the family – his stepmother, father and half-sister.
Although he doesn’t have kids with Jamie, Leland fathered three children – Leiah, Cobie and Dakota – in his previous relationship.
He was a subject of a controversy in 2006, being arrested for deprivation of liberty. The charges referred to an incident when the Chapmans chased serial rapist Andrew Luster, capturing him in Puerto Vallarta in 2003. The event didn’t turn out the way they expected which led to them being arrested themselves, but released from custody on bail – reportedly, Leland’s bail was $100,000 while his father’s was $300,000.
Luckily for them, the charges were dropped the following year, and the situation was covered on “Larry King Live”. Leland was once again in the centre of attention in 2019 when he was hospitalized. Reportedly, he tore his ACL while hunting Edward Morales in Colorado, while he was still healing from a knee surgery, which made the situation more unfortunate. The hunt for Edward Morales was the first manhunt since the departure of his step-mother, Beth. He shared a touching photo taken at Beth’s memorial, adding “I want to say thank you to everyone for your well wishes and prayers for my family.
— Leland Chapman (@LelandBChapman) November 29, 2019
I want to say thank you to everyone who helped put on and put together her beautiful memorial”. He then thanked his family for helping his dad and being there for him. There were certain rumors about Leland’s death, which luckily turned out to be fake – despite having an injury, he is alive and well. Some people over-exaggerated the story, saying that he was in critical condition, but Jamie was quick to deny the rumor.
In 2003 Leland made his TV debut, appearing in “Dog the Bounty Hunter”, and went on to appear in 135 episodes of the series over the course of the following nine years. In 2006, the audience was able to see him in “Dog: The Family Speaks” and in “Celebrity Family Feud” in 2008. As of 2013, Chapman began working on “Dog and Beth: On the Hunt” and, lately, he has been working on “Dog’s Most Wanted”.