Yes, it sucks for her on one hand, but her father chose a life in the spotlight. If you do that, your kids will naturally be sucked into it and they can't really avoid it. Such is the nature of celebrity. Every single child whose parent or parents are/were famous deals with tons of attention, whether they want it or not - and when something bad happens to their parents, or their parents do something bad, the kids are stuck dealing with it. That'd be more of an argument against the celebrity culture our society embraces, rather than against people having negative opinions about celebrities.
And then I probably will find myself sparing a thought for his daughter who must be going through a horrific time right now and be drowning in unwanted attention. She can't even just escape into an online world because everyone everywhere ever is talking about her dead dad.