Hannah Daughtry’s boyfriend Bobby Jolly branded an ‘evil piece of scum’ by Instagram users after 25-year-old found dead

Hannah Daughtry’s boyfriend Bobby Jolly branded an ‘evil piece of scum’ by Instagram users after 25-year-old found dead

11/15/2021

INSTAGRAM users have branded Hannah Daughtry’s boyfriend “an evil piece of scum” after she was found dead.

Cops arrested Bobby Jolly on Friday – the same day that police found the 25-year-old's body at her Nashville home, sources told TMZ.


It’s not known why Jolly, 25, was arrested. Officers have not disclosed if he is a person of interest or suspect in connection to Hannah's death.

In June, Jolly appeared to upload a picture of cannabis lying on a piece of paper alongside a pair of blue sunglasses. He hasn't uploaded any pictures to his Instagram account since.

The caption reads: “Gotta love my pals, Mary Jane and Lewis Scott Dean.”

Social media users branded Jolly “an evil piece of scum” as news of Hannah’s death emerged.

One user said: “Can’t believe you took my friend for over 10 years away from me. I should have called her on Friday! You took a special person away from this planet.

"Her and I had plans to see each other this year and you took her away. You evil piece of scum (sic)."

Another commented: “I hope you rot in jail.”

Cops are continuing their probe into Hannah's death.

Read our Chris Daughtry live blog for the very latest news and updates…

Hannah, 25, was found dead in her home by law enforcement on Friday, according to People.

Chris Daughtry postponed several of his tour dates following his stepdaughter’s sudden death.

A rep told People: “Due to the unexpected death of Chris and Deanna Daughtry's daughter, Hannah, all currently scheduled shows for the coming week for Daughtry have been postponed.

“The Daughtry family thanks you for your understanding and respectfully asks for privacy during this very difficult time."

Cops have informed family members that they are treating Hannah's death as a suspected homicide.

Chris Daughtry said Saturday: “I am still processing the last 24 hours. I am absolutely devastated and heartbroken. Thank you all for your kind words and condolences.

“They are truly felt and appreciated. I will be taking a break from social media to be present with my family as we attempt to heal from this devastating loss.

'DEVASTATED AND HEARTBROKEN'

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

Hannah’s mom Deanna Daughtry posted an emotional message to mark her daughter’s 24th birthday last September.

She wrote on Instagram: “Happy 24th Birthday to my Hannah. Not one person on this planet has been a bigger part of my growth as a human than you.

“Thank you! I love you so very much that there are no words I could use to truly express it. Today I’m going to make some “wishes” for you.

“I wish you a life filled with joy and contentment. I wish you peace with yourself and others.

“I wish for you to understand your power and purpose. I wish for you to see the beauty and love that surrounds you even when times are tough."

She called on her daughter to "create a beautiful life" for herself.

In one of her last social media posts, Hannah wrote: “Look around and love somebody the world’s been hateful long enough.”

Hannah was allegedly shot in the face as she was caught in a run-in with gang members in Tennessee in 2018.

According to her social media, she needed surgery and was given a prosthetic eye after being shot.

She also claimed that while she was getting surgery someone broke into her apartment and stole "everything."

Hannah and Jolly were arrested in April in an apparent hit-and-run accident in Tennessee, according to ABC6.

Per police reports, Bobby allegedly shot at another car in an apparent road rage incident. They were both charged with aggravated assault.


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