Abigail Breslin’s father, Michael Breslin, has died following his battle with COVID-19. He was 78.
The Scream Queens alum, 24, introduced the information through Instagram on Friday, February 26. “My daddy… Oh wow. Hard to write this. Harder than I thought. I’m in shock and devastation,” she captioned a number of photographs of her dad. “At 6:32 PM EST, my sweet, perfect, amazing, heroic, wonderful dada passed away after my family and I said goodbye. It was COVID-19 that cut my sweet daddy’s life too short.”
Abigail famous that she appreciated the outpouring of assist she obtained. “Mostly I want to remember my dad for who he was,” she continued. “My dad was a hilarious, boisterous, tenacious, rebellious, intelligent, sweet, incredible human being. He loved life. He loved his family. He loved the simple things.”
She concluded: “He loved me and he loved my brothers and he loved my mom. And we loved him. And we always will. I miss you daddy. I can’t wait to see you again. I won’t ever, ever, ever forget you. To the moon and back dada… Love, yours forever, Abs.”
Abigail’s brother Spencer Breslin additionally paid tribute to their dad, sharing a throwback pic of him smiling. “How do you say goodbye to your father?” the 28-year-old actor wrote through Instagram on Saturday, February 27. “I’m not sure, but I love this photo. I love this man that helped bring me into this world and raised me and loved my mother and my two amazing siblings. Death is the one thing we all have in common, but never expect. Love you, Dad. Forever and ever.”
The actress opened up about her father’s prognosis earlier this month. She requested “for prayers and positivity” on Instagram, main a troll to answer that the virus “only kills weak” individuals.
Abigail retorted that the particular person was “disgusting” whereas sharing a screenshot of the dialog on February 12. “Ppl like this are why ppl like my dad are fighting for his life. Shame,” she captioned the pic.
In a separate submit, the Little Miss Sunshine star inspired followers to put on face masks amid the pandemic: “This is me saying that if you asked my dada: a mask is FAR LESS uncomfortable than a ventilator. So stfu. And wear your damn mask. Please. No one should go thru this.”
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