Dog The Bounty Hunter’s fiancée Francie Frane begs fans to report fake Instagram accounts posing as her – The Sun

DOG The Bounty Hunter's fiancée Francie Frane is begging fans to report fake Instagram accounts posing as her.

Francie, 51, urged her followers to "please help" after the profiles started cropping up following her engagement to Dog.

The Colorado rancher shared screenshots of several of the bogus accounts on her Instagram Stories on Tuesday.

She wrote: "FAKE. Please help me and report any fake accounts you come across! Thank you!

"This is all so new to me and I don't understand why anyone would make a fake account! But just so we're clear – I only have one Instagram account: franciefrane. Any other ones are fake!"

Her fiancé Dog, 67, has also fallen victim to "aggressive" Instagram accounts posing as him and asking followers for cash or gift cards.


The Sun exclusively broke news of Dog – aka Duane Chapman's – proposal to Francie after they began dating earlier this year.

Dog – who begged God to "send him a woman" after his cancer surgery – popped the question in a romantic candlelit proposal at their home in Colorado, where they've been quarantining.

Tearing up as she recalled the special moment, Francie told The Sun: "I wasn't expecting it at all.

"He got down on one knee and he opened the ring box and he said, 'Will you marry me and spend the rest of our lives together?' Who can say no to that? It was wonderful."


It seems Dog's daughters agree, as both have been vocal in their support of the union.

The couple are planning to wait until after lockdown to get married and want all their family – including Dog's 12 children, Francie's two sons and their grandchildren – to all share in their day.

And Dog has plans to open it up even wider than family.

"I've had so many fans ask 'When you marry Francie, are you going to let your fans come?

"So we're word negotiating right now because I want to open it up. I would love to have the biggest wedding there's ever been."

He went on: "I'm sorry but that's just me. I hope I can talk Francie into it and open it to my fans, the 'Dog Pound,' to everybody.

"It would be one hell of a party and it's just what people need right now. I told Francie, people they need a little love after being locked down. I love the idea of that."

Dog and Francie's newfound happiness comes after a difficult few years for them in which they both lost their long-term spouses to cancer.

Beth Chapman – Dog's late wife – lost her battle with throat cancer last June – and Francie's former spouse passed away six months prior to that.

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