Naomi Judd’s Cause of Death Revealed – Ashley Judd Talked about Her Mom Naomi Judd’s death

thatNaomi Judd, the country music legend who died on April 30, died of a self-inflicted firearm wound, her daughter, Ashley Judd, revealed on “Good Morning America.” She was 76.

Naomi Judd’s Cause of Death Revealed

Asley Judd shared the cause of death in an interview with Diane Sawyer that aired on “Good Morning America.” She said the family wanted the world to hear it from them before it became public another way and to shed light on mental illness.

Ashley and Wynonna Judd announced her death Saturday in a statement provided to The Associated Press.

What did Ashley Judd said about Her Mom Naomi Judd’s death?

“She used a weapon,” Ashley Judd said. “A firearm. So that’s the piece of information we are very uncomfortable sharing.”

She also said she was the one who had discovered her mother after the gunshot.

Ashley and Wynonna Judd announced her death Saturday in a statement provided to The Associated Press.

“Today we sisters experienced a tragedy. We lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness,” the statement said.

“They are shattered. We are navigating profound grief and know that as we loved her, she was loved by her public. We are in unknown territory.”

Naomi Judd died near Nashville, Tennessee, said a statement on behalf of her husband and fellow singer, Larry Strickland. It said that no further details about her death would be released and asked for privacy as the family grieves.

The Country Music Hall of Fame continued with a planned induction ceremony for The Judds on Sunday.

“Naomi overcame incredible adversity on her way to a significant place in music history. Her triumphant life story overshadows today’s tragic news,” said Hall of Fame CEO Kyle Young in a statement.

“Her family has asked that we continue with The Judds’ official Hall of Fame induction on Sunday. We will do so, with heavy hearts and weighted minds. Naomi and daughter Wynonna’s music will endure.”

They had also just announced an arena tour to begin in the fall, their first tour together in over a decade.

The mother-daughter performers scored 14 No. 1 songs in a career that spanned nearly three decades. The red-headed duo combined the traditional Appalachian sounds of bluegrass with polished pop stylings, scoring hit after hit in the 1980s.

Wynonna led the duo with her powerful vocals, while Naomi provided harmonies and stylish looks on stage.

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