By CelebThop Team
Posted on: 27 Aug, 2022
In 1983, Naomi Judd and her daughter Wynonna Judd formed the duo The Judds, which became a very successful country music act, winning five Grammy Awards and nine Country Music Association awards.
Naomi Judd took her own life on April 30, the day before The Judds were set to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Tragic details surrounding Naomi Judd’s suicide have surfaced via the singer’s autopsy report. “She had an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
The report, also provided by the Nashville medical examiner’s office, revealed the “Mama He’s Crazy” singer had several different drugs in her system at the time of death.
The autopsy continues that she has a medical history of “significant” anxiety, bipolar disorder, chronic idiopathic pneumonitis, hepatitis C, hypertension, hypothyroidism, and depression.
In 2017, Naomi Judd said in an interview that at one point, 'I didn't get off my couch for two years. I was so depressed that I couldn't move. My husband, girlfriends, and Ashley Judd would come over and I would just go upstairs and lock the door to my bedroom.
Months after her death, the family filed a petition requesting that the judge seal police reports and recordings made during its investigation into the singer's death. The family argued that, should the police reports and recordings be made available to the public, it would bring 'significant trauma and irreparable harm to the family.
We lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness,' they wrote in a joint statement. 'We are shattered. We are navigating profound grief and know that as we loved her, she was loved by her admirers. We are in unknown territory.
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