Chris Daughtry has opened up about his stepdaughter Hannah Price’s death. Price, 25, committed suicide while under the influence of opioids. As told according to a joint statement made Thursday by his wife Deanna Daughtry. Price died on Nov. 12 at her home in Fentress County, Tennessee. The pair made the statement through a spokesperson to put to rest the rumours. They also stated that they are speaking out now as a result of a “complete law enforcement probe” into her death. Let us know what happened to Hannah Price. Stay connected with us for complete details.
What happened to Hannah Price?
Hannah has struggled with mental illness since she was a child. Moreover, Hannah Price has been in and out of therapy and treatment centres. Hannah struggled to find her footing as she grew older. Then she began taking drugs and frequently found herself in abusive relationships,” according to the statement. Hannah was the victim of a crime and was shot in the face just months after her biological father committed suicide. We did everything we could to support her and provide her the treatment she needed to get her life back on track after these catastrophes. Hannah and I had just made preparations for her to get additional therapy and relocate closer to the family.
Hannah Had Clashes with Her Boyfriend
Price contacted them on the morning of Nov. 12 to say she was afraid for her life after reportedly being mistreated by her boyfriend, according to them. They claim they contacted the Fentress County Police Department and requested that officers do a welfare check, after which she was deemed safe. The statement says, “They left without incident.” “Later that afternoon, Hannah’s boyfriend discovered her hanging and contacted 911. Medical workers pronounced her dead on the spot.”
The Daughtrys maintain that there was no indication of wrongdoing during the probe. They’ve asked for privacy as they grieve now that the probe is over. The Daughtrys describe Hannah as a “kind and compassionate girl who desired more for herself and others.” “Those of us who love her will remember her for the rest of our lives.” The Fentress County Police Department was contacted by The Hollywood Reporter, but a representative was unavailable for comment at the time of publication.