Dog The Bounty Hunter partner David Robinson has died aged 50 after suffering a ‘heart attack’ at Zoom

Dog The Bounty Hunter co-star David Robinson has died aged 50 after suffering a “stroke or heart attack” during a Zoom call.

Robinson starred alongside Duane ‘Dog’ Chapman in Dog’s Most Wanted, which aired for a single season on WGN in 2019.

Robinson’s ex-wife Rainey, who also appeared on the show, confirmed his death to TMZ on Thursday and said David was on a Zoom call when he had a medical emergency. The police and paramedics tried to resuscitate them after they arrived at the scene of the crime, but were unsuccessful.

Sources close to Robinson said he appeared to have suffered a “heart attack or stroke” – but an official cause of death is yet to be confirmed.

Paying tribute to his one-time co-star, Chapman said: “I am shocked and saddened by the sudden loss of David Robinson, my longtime right hand man. Until we meet again, brother.”

Spin-off: David (circled) starred alongside Dog in Dog's Most Wanted which aired on WGN in 2019

Spin-off: David (circled) starred alongside Dog in Dog's Most Wanted which aired on WGN in 2019

Spin-off: David (circled) starred alongside Dog in Dog’s Most Wanted which aired on WGN in 2019

His ex-wife Rainy broke the news of David’s death with an Instagram post on Wednesday.

It showed a picture of David with a simple caption that read: “11/2/72 – 11/30/22 #Fast156”.

The hashtag appears to be a reference to David’s Twitter handle @Fast1556, despite not having tweeted in almost three years.

Back in September 2020, David’s then-wife Rainy announced they were separating after nearly 25 years of marriage over “some very heartbreaking and irrevocable acts.”

The Dog The Bounty Hunter series regularly took to social media, explaining to their followers what had happened at their union.

David pictured with his ex-wife Rainy, who confirmed his death following a medical emergency during a Zoom call

David pictured with his ex-wife Rainy, who confirmed his death following a medical emergency during a Zoom call

David pictured with his ex-wife Rainy, who confirmed his death following a medical emergency during a Zoom call

“After almost 25 years of marriage (9/30/1995) and 27 years together, David and I are separating,” she said. “We had many years of happy times, fun parties, television, business, tears and triumphs. We share two beautiful daughters and three adorable granddaughters.

“Marriage is difficult and in some cases doesn’t always last; We’ve had a great run and I’m proud of the time we’ve spent building a life. We are family and we will always love each other as such.”

Rainy, who is in the bounty hunting business, said that “sadly, some very heartbreaking and irrevocable actions were taken that resulted in the end of our marriage,” without elaborating on the breakup.

David Robinson (pictured) starred alongside Dog The Bounty Hunter in the year-long season of Dog's Most Wanted in 2019

David Robinson (pictured) starred alongside Dog The Bounty Hunter in the year-long season of Dog's Most Wanted in 2019

David Robinson (pictured) starred alongside Dog The Bounty Hunter in the year-long season of Dog’s Most Wanted in 2019

“I don’t want to expand further as this has been a difficult few months and I am now focused on my own journey to healing,” she said, noting that she “was not interested in restoring details [she’s] obliged to move forward.’

At the time, Rainy encouraged their mutual friends to stay the same, as she said that she and her estranged spouse “remain the very best of friends.”

“I don’t want to expand further as this has been a difficult few months and I am now focused on my own journey to healing,” she said, noting that she “was not interested in restoring details [she’s] obliged to move forward.’

Rainy encouraged their mutual friends to stay the same, as she said that she and her estranged spouse “remain the very best of friends.”

In the summer of 2019, the estranged couple moved to Merced, California; Speaking to the Merced Sun star, Rainy said she enjoyed the “family and community-focused personality” of the town where she opened her business, Jane Bond Surety and Insurance.

“I knew the moment I drove through that this was my home,” she said. “It’s so peaceful, so real… we absolutely love it here. I love how unpretentious everyone is.

“It’s different in the Bay Area. It’s a big hat, not cattle. Over here, people really don’t care if you drive a nice car. They take care of the family and a clean, healthy life.”

Back in September 2020, David's then-wife Rainy announced they were separating after nearly 25 years of marriage over

Back in September 2020, David's then-wife Rainy announced they were separating after nearly 25 years of marriage over

Back in September 2020, David’s then-wife Rainy announced they were separating after nearly 25 years of marriage over “some very heartbreaking and irrevocable acts.”

The series had a different premise from Dog’s other shows, focusing on hunting fugitives rather than bail-jumping people.

On the show — which only had one 10-episode season — Dog not only juggled his career, but also his wife Beth Chapman’s cancer diagnosis.

Beth died in June 2019 at the age of 51 in Honolulu, Hawaii after a battle with throat cancer.

Dog has suffered many personal losses over the years since, alongside David and Beth, one of his daughters died in an accident 16 years ago.

Barbara Katie was one of Dog’s 12 children and one of three he shares with his third wife, Lyssa Rae Brittain.

The 23-year-old died in a car accident on May 19, 2006 in her hometown of Fairbanks, Alaska.

Better days: David is seen here (pictured left) with Duane'Dog The Bounty Hunter' Chapman and Dr. Mehmed Oz

Better days: David is seen here (pictured left) with Duane'Dog The Bounty Hunter' Chapman and Dr. Mehmed Oz

Better days: David is seen here (pictured left) with Duane ‘Dog The Bounty Hunter’ Chapman and Dr. Mehmed Oz

Robinson's ex-wife Rainey - who also appeared on the show - posted this photo as a tribute to her former husband

Robinson's ex-wife Rainey - who also appeared on the show - posted this photo as a tribute to her former husband

Robinson’s ex-wife Rainey – who also appeared on the show – posted this photo in honor of her former husband

David was a co-star in a series that had a different premise from Dog's other shows in that it focused on hunting down fugitives rather than people who had bailed with his company

David was a co-star in a series that had a different premise from Dog's other shows in that it focused on hunting down fugitives rather than people who had bailed with his company

David was a co-star in a series that had a different premise from Dog’s other shows in that it focused on hunting down fugitives rather than people who had bailed with his company

RIP: Sadly, Beth passed away in June 2019 at the age of 51 in Honolulu, Hawaii after a battle with throat cancer

RIP: Sadly, Beth passed away in June 2019 at the age of 51 in Honolulu, Hawaii after a battle with throat cancer

RIP: Sadly, Beth passed away in June 2019 at the age of 51 in Honolulu, Hawaii after a battle with throat cancer

Tragedy: Dog has suffered many losses over the years when his daughter, Barbara Katie, was killed in a car accident on May 19, 2006 in her hometown of Fairbanks, Alaska

Tragedy: Dog has suffered many losses over the years when his daughter, Barbara Katie, was killed in a car accident on May 19, 2006 in her hometown of Fairbanks, Alaska

Tragedy: Dog has suffered many losses over the years when his daughter, Barbara Katie, was killed in a car accident on May 19, 2006 in her hometown of Fairbanks, Alaska

Source: | Dailymail.co.uk

https://www.soundhealthandlastingwealth.com/celebrity/dog-the-bounty-hunter-partner-david-robinson-dead-at-50-after-suffering-heart-attack-on-zoom/ Dog The Bounty Hunter partner David Robinson has died aged 50 after suffering a ‘heart attack’ at Zoom

Brian Ashcraft

TheHiu.com is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – admin@thehiu.com. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button