Who is Chris Daughtry's daughter's boyfriend Bobby Jolly?

BOBBY Jolly was arrested on November 11, following the death of Chris Daughtry’s daughter, Hannah Price.

Price was found dead in her Nashville home the morning Jolly was arrested, and police ruled her death as a homicide.

Who is Bobby Jolly?

Bobby Jolly, 25, was arrested by police in the case of girlfriend Hannah Price’s death. Police have not said if Jolly is a person of interest or a suspect in the case.

Price’s mother, Deanna Daughtry, who shares three other children with singer Chris Daughtry, said her daughter had unspecified injuries, but the family does not have additional information at this time.

Deanna said on Instagram, “We are awaiting the autopsy results to determine how Hannah sustained the injuries that caused her death.”

Investigations into Price’s death are ongoing, and police have not released information about the injuries Price sustained.

Tennessee District Attorney General Jared Effler is heading the investigation and did not respond for comment in time for this article.

What was Bobby Jolly and Hannah Price’s relationship like?

There isn’t information regarding how Jolly and Price met or when they started dating, however, Price did respond to a post on Jolly’s Instagram in February 2021.

In a reply to a photo of Jolly, Price said, “Ugly.”

About three weeks later, Jolly responded to Price’s comment and said, “F**k you, how bout you hop your funky a** the f**k up off of my s**t! Sorry, not sorry….”

Price did not reveal anything about her relationship with Jolly on social media.

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Does Bobby Jolly have a previous criminal record?

Earlier this year, Jolly and Price were arrested for a road-rage incident where police said they waved a .22 caliber gun that was found in the couple’s backseat.

The couple was charged with aggravated assault, and they claimed not to have fired the gun but were using it as an intimidation tactic, according to police reports.

In a press release, police said, “During the trooper’s interview, both the driver and passenger admitted to using a gun to intimidate the victim but denied firing the weapon. During the search of the vehicle, a .22-caliber rifle was recovered.”

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