Dog the Bounty Hunter has reached the status of a minor celebrity through a reality TV show that tracks him tracking fugitives. Now, one of the men he tried to catch has set his sights on Dog and is taking him to court.

On Wednesday, a local California law firm filed a federal lawsuit in San Francisco against Dog — known on less colorful days as Duane Chapman — and A&E Television Networks for violating his civil rights, unlawfully appropriating his likeness, and for inflicting emotional distress, among other things.

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