Death of Rocker’s stepdaughter Chris Daughtry Hannah Shrouded in Mystery

The death of rocker Chris Daughtry’s 25-year-old stepdaughter was a mystery on Saturday, where her mother said she had unspecified “injuries” and police continued to investigate.

Hannah Price – who survived being shot in the face in 2018 and who was arrested in April for a road-furious incident involving a gun – was found dead in her Nashville home on Friday.

“I’ve been working on it for the last 24 hours. I’m absolutely devastated and heartbroken,” Chris Daughtry, who leads the Daughtry group and starred in “American Idol,” wrote on Instagram.

“I just lost my mother to cancer, but I was blessed with the opportunity to say goodbye and I worked on it privately. We were never able to say goodbye to our precious Hannah and it’s another huge success for our family.”

His wife, Deanna Daughtry, also posted about Hannah’s death on Instagram, writing, “I love you endlessly.”

And she suggested that the death was not due to natural causes.

“We are awaiting the autopsy results to determine how Hannah suffered the injuries that caused her death. Our hearts are broken,” she wrote.

Although TMZ reported that the Daughtry family had been told by police that Hannah’s death was a homicide, The Daily Beast could not confirm this. Police Attorney Jared Effler would only say the Fentress County sheriff is investigating.

Deanna and Chris Daughtry, who have been married for two decades, have 10-year-old twins. Hannah and her brother Griffin are Deanna’s children from a previous relationship with Randall Price.

In March 2018, Price died of suicide – and months later, Hannah was shot in the face during what she described as an encounter with gang members.

“A 15-year-old child was trying to get into a Crip gang in Humboldt Tennessee and my friend at the time — my roommate I barely really knew him — led me somewhere where I didn’t feel safe,” she wrote on Facebook.

“And these guys tried to kill him, but they didn’t have the gun hollowed out, so when I realized they were trying to shoot him, I tried to run over the kid in my car and I ended up shot in this kid’s face.”

She said she was blind for two weeks and underwent nine-hour surgery, during which her apartment was stolen.

“It was crazy but honestly I had a very positive outlook on everything,” she added. “I do need help, which makes me very vulnerable to ask.”

Price indicated in her Instagram posts that she had two children who may have been educated by others.

In April, she and a man named Bobby Jolly were arrested after another motorist reported being shot at during a confrontation on Interstate 40, WBIR reported.

“During the soldier’s interview, both the driver and passenger confessed to using a gun to intimidate the victim but refused to fire the weapon. During the search of the vehicle, a .22-caliber rifle was recovered,” police said in a press release. of the case was unknown.


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