This may be the most PR Dog the Bounty Hunter has gotten since his
Hurling himself in the middle of a celebrity domestic-abuse case, the reality TV star who goes by Dog -- real name:
War Machine (who was born Jonathan Koppenhaver) last week took to Twitter and implied he was acting in self-defense, but according to reports he is still being sought by the Las Vegas police.
"You got 24 hours to turn your self in or I am coming after YOU!," Chapman tweeted on Monday. He followed up with numerous tweets and retweets about the case.
The case has lifted a curtain on the amped-up underworld of MMF fighting, many matches of which are telecast on
Chapman, meanwhile, is a real-life bounty hunter turned reality star. Back in 2003, he made headlines by capturing Andrew Luster, a Max Factor cosmetics heir later convicted of multiple rapes. Dog supporters have been using the hashtag #andrewluster to encourage him in his War Machine pursuit.
His show "Dog the Bounty Hunter" made Chapman a household name before it was canceled by A&E in 2012. Currently he stars in "Dog and Beth: On the Hunt" on
What do you think of Dog sniffing around the War Machine case?