American TV bounty hunter DUANE 'DOG' CHAPMAN is being sued by a man who claims the star wrongly tried to apprehend him. SIMAILE 'CISCO' LUTU, 29, filed a lawsuit in the US District Court on Wednesday (16AUG06). He is seeking unspecified damages from Chapman, his Hawaii-based team of bondsmen, the A+E TV network and police. Lutu claims Chapman mistakenly took him for a bail jumper who played for his local semi-pro Californian football team the Daly City Renegades. His attorney JIM HAMMER says, "This is reality TV run amok." Lutu also alleges police have continued to harass him after the incident - he claims cops handcuffed and held him at gunpoint at a health club the next day, and the same thing happened a second time. The lawsuit also claims Lutu never signed a released for the use of his image, but that he still featured in this year's (06) season premiere. Chapman is surprised by the lawsuit. He says, "Cisco called me right after the show and said, 'Thanks Dog, all the girls love me now.'"
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