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A&E cameras roll as Baby Lyssa Chapman bailed out of jail

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A&E TV reality star "Baby Lyssa", of the famous Dog Chapman bounty hunting family, was bailed out of jail Wednesday afternoon. The Dog The Bounty Hunter TV show cameras were present to record her release from jail for viewers.

The 23 year old bounty hunter was earlier arrested on the Hawaiian island at 3:30AM and was charged with harassment and criminal property damage. According to a report from Hawaii News Now, Lyssa was intoxicated, swearing, banging on doors and then kicked a window. The report adds that when she was confronted by the police she smacked an officer's cell phone out of his hand. Lyssa was taken to the Honolulu Police Department and booked.

There is speculation the incident was prompted by an argument with her estranged husband, Brahman "Bo" Galanti, of two years. Lyssa filed for divorce on February 10, 2011. Lyssa was not at her home address at the time of the arrest.

Beth Chapman tweeted that the family had their reasons for not immediately bailing Lyssa out of jail. Did A&E and the Chapman's wait until a camera could be present to record the drama for the show?

Dog Chapman once confirmed, while in Canada, that his daughter was pregnant with her second child.

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