The famous bounty hunter, Duane "Dog" Chapman, is now apologizing after he was caught on tape in an offensive tirade.
The web site for the National Inquirer has two recorded phone conversations it says are of Chapman raging against his son's black girlfriend.
The Inquirer doesn't say how it obtained the tape, but it's loaded with the "n-word" and other offensive words.
On Nov. 1, Chapman released a statement apologizing for using the inappropriate language.
A & E has announced it's suspending production of his show, "Dog the Bounty Hunter."
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