The investigation into the death of the step-daughter of singer Chris Daughtry has warned against prematurely assuming that Hannah’s tragic death was not the result of a homicide. The District Attorney handling the case says that to classify the death as such at this point would be irresponsible and premature, according to TMZ. It was initially reported that detectives investigating the case informed the family that the death was, indeed a homicide.

Hannah was found dead at her home on Friday at the age of 25. Perhaps coincidentally, Hannah’s boyfriend, Bobby Jolly was arrested for an unrelated issue and is currently in police custody. He hasn’t been named as a person of interest in Hannah’s death as of now.

Daughtry shared his grief in an Instagram post. He said he also recently lost his mother to cancer. This, he says, was a huge blow to the family. Hannah’s unexpected passing meant they never got to say goodbye.

“I am still processing the last 24 hours. I am absolutely devastated and heartbroken.

I just recently lost my mother to cancer but I was blessed with the chance to say goodbye and I was processing it privately.

We never got to say goodbye to our precious Hannah and it’s another huge hit to our family.

Thank you all for your kind words and condolences. They are truly felt and appreciated. I am now taking time be present with my family as we attempt to heal from this devastating loss.

Hannah, I love you. I miss you. I wish I could hold you. This hurts so deeply”

Our thoughts and sympathies are with Chris Daughtry and his family. He’s suffered two devastating losses in very short succession. Hannah was far too young for such a horrible fate.

What do you think of this story? Let us know in the comments!

Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a writer for Ringside News and its sister pop-culture news site, Thirsty for News. He’s been a pro wrestling fan since he was old enough to talk, which places his origins as a fan back to WrestleMania 3. If you look closely, you can find him in his teenage form in the crowd during the 1998 King of the Ring and any number of ECW FanCam tapes. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA. His writing experience includes work for 247Sports, F4WOnline, and a litany of completely random freelance copywriting and ghostwriting jobs. Michael is working hard every day to bring a little extra to the stories he tells. With a passion for pro wrestling and pop culture, he’s delivering the news with the context it takes to understand it. He believes the world of professional wrestling is one of the most fascinating cultural phenomena of all time and loves to weave together it’s past and present. In his spare time, Michael likes to torture himself as a University of Pittsburgh football fan, sample tasty beers, and pretending to be good at Rocket League.

Disqus Comments Loading...