Chris Daughtry In Devastating Loss Over Stepdaughter’s Death; Postpones Shows 

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Chris Daughtry recently took to his Instagram account to share the devastating loss he received earlier on 13th November. He shared that his stepdaughter named Hannah is dead. 

Hannah was 25 years of age and died of homicide. Chris Daughtry is absolutely devastated and decided to postpone all his upcoming shows and concerts. He wrote that he is still trying to process the events of the past 24 hours. 

Chris Daughtry stated that he is totally heartbroken and in shock. He also shared that his mother had recently passed away due to cancer but he had the opportunity to bid goodbye to her. He was processing the loss of his mother privately and Hannah’s death completely left him shaken. 

Daughtry revealed that he did not even get a chance to bid goodbye to Hannah and the entire family is badly affected. 

Stepdaughter’s Death Leaved Chris Daughtry Heartbroken 

Chris Daughtry took time out of grieving to thank his fans and friends for supporting them in such tough times. He also feels highly very grateful for the kindness and condolences extended by one and all towards him and his family. 

Bobby Jolly, Hannah’s boyfriend was arrested and interrogated for any link to her homicide on Friday. Nothing is known as of yet from the sheriff of Fentress County where he is being held. The deputy sheriff is unwilling to discuss the details of the charges and the department is unavailable on the phone. 

Chris Daughtry came into the limelight in 2006 where he was a finalist on American Idol. However, the death of his stepdaughter led to the postponement of his upcoming concerts. 

Chris married Deanna in 2000 and had twins with her. Deanna has Hannah and Griffin from her previous relationship. Deanna informed through her Instagram post that Hanna has an injury before her death.

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