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Kyle Chrisley says sister Savannah is ‘beside herself’ after Nic Kerdiles was killed in motorcycle accident

Kyle Chrisley says sister Savannah is ‘beside herself’ after Nic Kerdiles was killed in motorcycle accident

Kyle Chrisley posts a tribute to his ex-brother-in-law after Nic Kerdiles was killed in a motorcycle accident

Instagram users have rushed to support the Chrisleys after NHL player Nic Kerdiles was involved in a fatal motorbike accident.

This comes after the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department told WKRN that Kerdiles was involved in an accident at around 3.30am, in Nashville, Tennessee on 23 September.

After colliding with a vehicle, Kerdiles was quickly rushed to Vanderbilt University Medical Center but sadly passed away shortly after.

After the news broke, many were quick to share their condolences, such as Kyle Chrisley, the hockey player’s ex brother-in-law, who posted a tribute from his family.

Kyle Chrisley wrote a tribute to Kerdiles after the fatal crash.
@kyle.chrisley / Instagram

Kyle went on the admit that his sister is ‘beside herself’ with grief at their loss.

He wrote: “There are really no words.

“Nic was killed early this morning in a motorcycle accident. It’s devastating for our family and my heart aches for his.

“Nic was a good soul all the way around. He was incredibly hard working and was always there for you.

“He wasn’t just Savannah’s ex fiancé, he was a part of our family. My daddy loved him, my nanny adored him and I know Savannah is beside herself.

“It’s just absolutely heartbreaking. Please pray for comfort for everyone that knew him and loved him.”

The ice-hockey player was previously engaged to Savannah Chrisley from 2018 until 2020 until they amicably called it quits.

Now, after the news of Kerdiles’ crash, Savannah posted to her Instagram page to share her grief over her ex-fiancé and to reflect on their time together.

Nic and Savannah were engaged from 2018 to 2020.
@savannahchrisley / Instagram

Sharing a video and image to her Instagram story of her and Kerdiles which showed them kissing and a picture from their engagement photoshoot, Savanna wrote: "I'm still hoping you respond to my text."

She captioned it: "Heaven gained the most beautiful angel today. I miss you and I love you.

"I'll forever save our last messages of 'I love you'... Please send me a sign that you're ok... maybe it'll be thru a ham and cheese crepe.. or pasta with white sauce... or maybe even your favorite carrot cake.

"We loved hard...and I can't wait to ride bikes along the beaches of heaven with you one day."

A lot of comments under Kyle’s Instagram post were concerned for Savannah, who has now faced a number of hardships this year after her parents were charged with fraud and sentenced to spend 12 and seven years behind bars last year.

At the time, she came out to speak about how hard it had been dealing with not hearing from her father in a post which said: "It's been 80 days ... 80 days since I last received a 'goodnight my angel' text or and 'I love you more'. GEEZZZ how I miss them!!

"My parents have also been together almost 30 years ... and in that 30 years never have they ever spent a birthday apart. So today ... I'm imagining us all together in one bear hug circle!!"

Savannah wrote a tribute to her ex-fiancé.
@savannahchrisley / Instagram

Kyle was then arrested for aggravated assault only two months after Todd and Julie surrendered themselves to serve their prison sentences.

Commenters are currently posting tributes to the Kerdiles and Chrisley family for their loss.

Featured Image Credit: Paul Archuleta/Getty Images / Instagram/kyle.chrisley

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