‘Dog’s Most Wanted’ star David Robinson’s cause of death revealed
David Robinson, star of the show “Dog’s Most Wanted,” died from heart disease.
His wife, Brooke Robinson, revealed the devastating news Friday, saying the autopsy results confirmed the 50-year-old had coronary artery disease, according to TMZ.
On Nov. 30, David collapsed while on a Zoom call and reportedly died in his wife’s arms despite attempts to resuscitate him. At the time, David’s ex-wife Rainy confirmed his passing in an Instagram post, writing, “11/2/72 – 11/30/22 #Fast156.”
Brooke shared her heartbreak with TMZ, saying her late husband had a “smile that would light up the world” and that she’ll remember his “amazing laugh and just how generous and caring he was.
“David was the most genuine and authentic man,” she continued. “We had a once-in-a-lifetime love, and that will continue to live forever.”
The “Dog’s Most Wanted” star first appeared on the show “Dog the Bounty Hunter” in 2019 as a “tech expert” alongside its headliner, fugitive-nabber Duane “Dog” Chapman. The spinoff reality series — which only aired for one season — followed Chapman as he sought out America’s most wanted.
“I’m shocked and saddened by the sudden loss of David Robinson, my right-hand man of many years,” 69-year-old Chapman previously told TMZ. “Until we meet again, brother.”
David is survived by his wife Brooke, daughter Teagan and two step-children, Taran and Gage.