Nic Kerdiles, Savannah Chrisley’s former fiancé, passed away early on Saturday morning as a result of his wounds.
According to the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department, at about 3:30 in the morning, Kerdiles, 29, was riding his Indian motorcycle through a residential neighborhood to the north of the Tennessee capital when he apparently went through a stop sign.
The driver of the BMW, who was reportedly struck by Kerdiles, did not seem to be hurt in the collision, but Kerdiles was brought to a local hospital, where he eventually passed away, the site reports.
On Friday night, Kerdiles posted a picture of himself riding his motorcycle while wearing his helmet. On his Instagram Story, he captioned the picture of the car “Night rider.”
In an Instagram series of pictures from time spent with his family back home, the former professional hockey player, who played for the Anaheim Ducks from 2014 to 2017 before being selected by the Winnipeg Jets in 2018, commented on living each day to the fullest earlier this month.
The days in this world go by faster and faster. He advise is the same for everyone else, and he will never again take these days with them for granted, he stated in the caption.
After starting to date in November 2017, Chrisley, 26, and Kerdiles got engaged.
Savannah revealed in July 2020 that the engagement and wedding had been called off. “Nic and I have been together for two and a half years,” she said of their choice. We’re just trying to find our place in this world.”
She remarked that they are improving themselves so that they may be better for one another. They sort of march to their own rhythm, as she likes to say about their relationship.
The reality star said that she and Kerdiles were still dating, but she thought that they “rushed into things way too fast” and that they should now want to make sure they are both in a healthy place.
Chrisley revealed in a post on Instagram in September that the pair had made the choice to call it quits.
There is no animosity between the two of them, and in all honesty, it makes parting goodbye much tougher, the presenter of the Unlocked podcast said at the time. Although they adore, respect, and respect one another, it is now time for each of them to go forth on their own.
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