Gerry Turner's daughter calls for King Bachelor's divorce amid backlash

Bachelor Kim’s daughter called on fans to backlash. Angie Warner, one of Gerry Turner's two daughters, took to Instagram to discuss audience reaction to her father's divorce from Theresa Nist, the pair's divorce The couple announced their divorce on April 12, three months after their marriage.

Warner noted that Gerry and Teresa's breakup "triggered a range of emotions and opinions," and said she was disappointed by some of her fans' comments.

"I love how invested people are in the show and what a wonderful experience it was to have you on board!" she wrote on April 24. "It's disheartening the level of anger and cruelty our family has experienced." Warner described her father and Teresa as "good, kind people," adding that the Kims' decision to divorce "was for them, not for them." other people".

"I implore everyone to remember that behind every story there are real people with real feelings," she continued, before thanking fans who showed them "love and compassion."

Warner referenced the "Everything's gonna be okay" image in her post, which she concluded by sharing a link to a Dear Shandy podcast episode in which host Andy Levin spoke highly of Gerry and Teresa decision.

Gerry and Teresa from The Bachelor and their families. John Fleno/Disney Universal Entertainment Content/Getty Images

Levine said on the podcast that he "100 percent" believed the Bachelor stars had a "real, strong romantic connection" and praised them for deciding to end their marriage so quickly. "They can milk a year out of this," he continued. "They might say, 'Hey Theresa — let's get some followers on Instagram. Let's get famous. Let's walk the red carpet."

Despite the poor reception to the couple's divorce, many agreed with Warner's stance. "I think people are just heartbroken and shocked. But that doesn't give anyone the right to be unkind," one fan wrote on Instagram.

Gerry and Teresa announced their separation during a joint interview on "Good Morning America" ​​on April 12. They met on the first season of "Bachelor" and got engaged in the show's finale. They tied the knot on January 4 in a televised golden wedding attended by friends, family and Bachelor Nation alums.