Drama unfolds at Dog the Bounty Hunter's intimate wedding to his sixth wife

Drama unfolds at Dog the Bounty Hunter's intimate wedding to his sixth wife
Drama unfolds at Dog the Bounty Hunter's intimate wedding to his sixth wife

Dog the Bounty Hunter's wedding to his sixth wife Francie Frane was an inmate affair filled with 100 of the couple's closest friends and family, exclusive DailyMail.com photos reveal. 

But it wasn't all emotional vows, first dances and wedding cake as drama surrounded the event. Dog, real name Duane Chapman, beefed up security with German Shepherds and Navy SEALs after an anonymous person threatened to throw paint on Francie's wedding gown. 

One guest claimed their car tires had been slashed with razor blades and another said vandals left a 'mysterious pungent odor' in their car. 

Many guests suspected it has something to do with the family rift between Dog and his two daughters, Cecily, 28, and Bonnie, 22, who weren't invited to the wedding after accusing their father of making racist remarks and cheating on his late wife Beth. 

Despite the hiccups, the couple exchanged heartfelt vows in front of minister Katie Souza and their guests on September 2 at The Pinery At The Hill, a luxury resort in Colorado Springs, Colorado.  

Exclusive DailyMail.com photos show Dog the Bounty Hunter's wedding to his sixth wife Francie Frane

Exclusive DailyMail.com photos show Dog the Bounty Hunter's wedding to his sixth wife Francie Frane

The wedding was picturesque and inmate, filled with 100 of the couple's closest friends and family

The wedding was picturesque and inmate, filled with 100 of the couple's closest friends and family

The wedding was inmate, filled with 100 of the couple's closest friends and family at a luxury Colorado resort

Dog, 68, wore a black tuxedo but kept his trademark shades on, while Francie, 52, wore a billowing white dress which she paired with custom crystal-encrusted sneakers

Dog, 68, wore a black tuxedo but kept his trademark shades on, while Francie, 52, wore a billowing white dress which she paired with custom crystal-encrusted sneakers

The TV personality, 68, and Francie, 52, tied the knot at The Pinery At The Hill, a luxury resort in Colorado Springs, Colorado

The TV personality, 68, and Francie, 52, tied the knot at The Pinery At The Hill, a luxury resort in Colorado Springs, Colorado 

Drama surrounded the event as Dog, real name Duane Chapman, beefed up security after an anonymous person threatened to throw paint on Francie's wedding gown

Drama surrounded the event as Dog, real name Duane Chapman, beefed up security after an anonymous person threatened to throw paint on Francie's wedding gown

Drama surrounded the event as Dog, real name Duane Chapman, beefed up security after an anonymous person threatened to throw paint on Francie's wedding gown

The reality TV bounty hunter and his new wife exchanged vows in front of family and friends at a Tuscan-style estate with breathtaking Rocky Mountain views

The reality TV bounty hunter and his new wife exchanged vows in front of family and friends at a Tuscan-style estate with breathtaking Rocky Mountain views

Many guests suspected it has something to do with the family rift between Dog and his two daughters, Cecily, 28, (pictured) and Bonnie, 22, who weren't invited to the wedding.

Many guests suspected it has something to do with the family rift between Dog and his two daughters, Cecily, 28, and Bonnie, 22, (pictured) who weren't invited to the wedding.

Many guests suspected it has something to do with the family rift between Dog and his two daughters, Cecily, 28, (left) and Bonnie, 22, (right) who weren't invited to the wedding

Dog, 68, wore a black tuxedo but kept his trademark shades on, while Francie, 52, wore a billowing white dress which she paired with custom crystal-encrusted sneakers.  

Three of his son were in attendance. Jon, Leland and Garry Boy Chapman all escorted their father down the aisle. 

The couple exchanged vows at the Tuscan-style estate with breathtaking Rocky Mountain views. During their emotional vows, the couple professed their love and commitment to one another. 

Choking back tears, Dog said, 'This was a match made in heaven. Francie, I give you my word, I will love you every day until I die. 

'I will love you, guard you and protect you. I love you more than I do myself, Francie. I will love you more than any man ever has.' 

Francie said in her vows, 'What I thought was the end was just the very beginning. We have walked alongside each other through one of the hardest things we could ever face in this life and through that we've found an incredible friendship and inner strength we didn't know we have.

'I will walk alongside you to the ends of the earth and back and be your loyal wife, your best friend and your biggest fan.' 

The couple met after both being widowed and their bond grew through their shared grief.  

During their emotional vows, the couple professed their love and commitment to one another. Despite the hiccups, the couple exchanged heartfelt vows in front of minister Katie Souza and their guests at The Pinery At The Hill, a luxury resort in Colorado Springs, Colorado

During their emotional vows, the couple professed their love and commitment to one another. Despite the hiccups, the couple exchanged heartfelt vows in front of minister Katie Souza and their guests at The Pinery At The Hill, a luxury resort in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Choking back tears, Dog said, 'This was a match made in heaven. Francie, I give you my word, I will love you every day until I die

Choking back tears, Dog said, 'This was a match made in heaven. Francie, I give you my word, I will love you every day until I die

The couple's blinged-out wedding bands are pictured. 'I will walk alongside you to the ends of the earth and back and be your loyal wife, your best friend and your biggest fan,' Francie said in her vows

The couple's blinged-out wedding bands are pictured. 'I will walk alongside you to the ends of the earth and back and be your loyal wife, your best friend and your biggest fan,' Francie said in her vows 

Francie was walked down the aisle by her son Greg, as about 100 guests looked on. She said in her vows, 'What I thought was the end was just the very beginning. We have walked alongside each other through one of the hardest things we could ever face in this life and through that we've found an incredible friendship and inner strength we didn't know we have'

Francie was walked down the aisle by her son Greg, as about 100 guests looked on. She said in her vows, 'What I thought was the end was just the very beginning. We have walked alongside each other through one of the hardest things we could ever face in this life and through that we've found an incredible friendship and inner strength we didn't know we have'

One wedding guest claimed their car tires had been slashed with razor blades and another said vandals left a 'mysterious pungent odor' in their car

One wedding guest claimed their car tires had been slashed with razor blades and another said vandals left a 'mysterious pungent odor' in their car

Dog the Bounty Hunter wore his trademark dark shades as his long blond locks were out during the ceremony. Despite previously teasing he would wear a bright orange suit, the father-of-13 sported a black tuxedo with a crisp white shirt

Dog the Bounty Hunter

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