Naomi Judd’s autopsy confirms country singer’s cause of death

Nashville, Tennessee (AP) — Autopsy Report Country singer Naomi Judd dies What The Associated Press Got Friday Confirmed the family has already said About how she died. Judd, 76, shot herself at her home in Tennessee on April 30.

“We have always frankly shared both the joys and sorrows of being a family. Part of our story is that our patriarch was plagued by an unjust enemy.” “She was treated for PTSD and bipolar disorder,” read a statement from the family released on Friday.

An autopsy, believed to be Tennessee public records, showed that Judd’s system contained several prescription drugs used to treat post-traumatic stress disorder and bipolar disorder. .

Naomi and daughter Wynonna Judd have had 14 number one hits in a career spanning nearly 30 years.Naomi Judd died the day before she and Wynonna died Country Music Hall of Fame.

In their grief, the family asked for privacy and encouraged others in similar danger to seek help. Suicide and Crisis Lifeline Available by calling 988 or sending a message. There is also an online chat.