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Naomi Judd According to a new report, he died of suicide after many years of fighting mental health.
National legends killed herself on Saturday, multiple sources People magazine..
A Judd representative told Fox News Digital on Monday: “There is an investigation by law enforcement agencies and coroner offices.”
Wynonna and Ashley Judd announced the death of their mother on Saturday at the age of 76 in a tragic statement posted on social media.
NAOMI JUDD DEAD AT 76: MUSIC WORLD says goodbye to legendary singer
“Today, our sisters have experienced a tragedy. We have lost our beautiful mother to a mental illness. We have shattered. We have overcome deep sorrow and we have her. She knew she was loved by her masses because she loved her. An unknown territory. “
On Monday, spokesman Williamson said We weekly In a statement: “This is a public inquiry. No reports, 911 calls, body camera or dash camera footage are currently available. This is an ongoing death inquiry. Police jurisdiction is in this area. Because there is no, only the sheriff’s department participated .. We are waiting for information from the detective in the criminal inquiry department. “
Video: John Rich remembers Naomi Judd
Naomi and Winona Judd were one of the most popular duos of the 1980s and recorded 14 No. 1 hits in almost 30 years of career. Judges’ hits include “Love Can Build a Bridge” in 1990, “Mama He’s Crazy” in 1984, “Why Not Me” in 1984, “Turn It Loose” in 1988, and “Girls Night” in 1985. There are “Out”, “Rock in” and so on. “Rain Rhythm” in 1986 and “Grandpa” in 1986.
Prior to her death, the Grammy-winning artist published a memoir detailing her fight against mental illness.
“River of Time: My Descent into Depression and How I Emerged with Hope” was announced by Hachette / Center Street in 2016.
In this book, Naomi explained that she was experiencing “my severe treatment-resistant depression and a boulder-like weight of a horrific panic attack.”How she The 1990 diagnosis changed her life. She said her doctor could only live for three years, “before the Judds took off,” after being infected with the virus while she was working as a nurse. She was declared ill in 1995.
Naomi continued to suffer from mental illness after her recovery, saying, “There were many reasons to jump out of bed every morning. Just a few months after the Angkor tour, I never expected it. [in 2010] She also writes that she suffers from post-traumatic stress disorders due to the “post-traumatic stress” of life.
On Sunday, Judds was introduced to the country The day after Naomi died suddenly, she was inducted into the Hall of Fame.Enrollment ceremony at When the biggest country music star mourned Naomi’s loss and praised the four members, she was full of tears, music, and laughter.
Winona and Ashley accept the guidance of their deceased mother Embrace each other in tears, Poetry.
“I’m sorry I couldn’t wait until today,” Ashley cried and told the crowd about her mother. After that, her sisters chanted Psalm 23.
“My heart is broken, but I keep singing,” Winona said.
Fox News Maureen Mackey, Lorraine Taylor, Associated Press contributed to this report