The daughter of bad-guy chaser Duane "Dog" Chapman is officially on the wrong side of the law.
Lyssa Chapman, a fixture on her dad's A&E reality show, Dog the Bounty Hunter, has been charged with misdemeanor counts of criminal property damage and harassment for her arrest last month in Hawaii, the Honolulu Prosecutor's Office confirms to E! News.
According to the Hawaii 5-0, the so-called "Baby Lyssa" packs quite the punch...
Per the arrest report, cops found the Dog's daughter banging the crap out of some doors after apparently breaking a window when they arrived to check out a disturbing the peace call around 3 a.m. As they tried to subdue her, the 23-year-old Champan, known on her dad's reality show as "Baby Lyssa," allegedly knocked a cell phone out of one of the officer's hands.
As a reward for her performance, her famous father refused to bail her out of jail.
This incident isn't the first time Lyssa, a Honolulu resident, has lost it. The blonde has reportedly had several violent fights with her estranged husband over the course of their short marriage. She filed for divorce last month.
After the March incident, Lyssa had remained behind bars, according to prosecutor spokesman Dave Koga, because her $400 bail had not been immediately paid.
Dog's wife, Beth, Lyssa's stepmother, took to Twitter to (sort of) explain why they've left her there for so long.
"Remember one thing people who don't immediately bail their kids out of jail ..Generally they know more than you do," she wrote.
Her father has been tweeting "aloha" to his fans, without addressing his daughter's troubles.
"Filming in Maui," he wrote yesterday.
Lyssa is due in court on the charges on April 19.