#sextrafficking | Dog the Bounty Hunter thought he’d seen it all until this Oklahoma politician got arrested | #tinder | #pof | #match


In a CNN interview airing Sunday, reality TV star Duane Lee “Dog” Chapman talks about being fooled by his friend, Ralph Shortey, a former state senator now in prison for child sex trafficking.

“We hit it off,” said Chapman, who first became widely known from the A&E show, “Dog the Bounty Hunter.”

The two became acquainted after Shortey, an Oklahoma City Republican, introduced legislation to regulate bounty hunting.

“I started calling him ‘governor,'” Chapman said. “Because I could see Ralph Shortey had that quality, that kind of quality.

“Everyone loved Ralph Shortey in Oklahoma. He got elected, landslide, right? Even Democrats came to me and said, ‘Hey, you know even though he’s a Republican we’re voting for Ralph.'”

Chapman spoke last year about their friendship for the CNN true-crime documentary series, “Lies, Crimes & Videos.” Airing Sunday on CNN Headline News (HLN) is an episode on Shortey’s downfall after Moore police caught him in a hotel room with a 17-year-old boy on March 9, 2017.

Shortey is serving 15 years in a federal prison in Texas for the sexual tryst that was considered illegal because he had offered to pay for it. He resigned from the Senate in disgrace on March 22, 2017.

A further investigation discovered the married conservative had been using fake names for at least five years to send and receive child pornography. He also had used pseudonyms to go online on Craigslist to seek casual encounters with males, the “younger the better.”

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