singer’s family Naomi Judd It has requested that police records relating to her death and subsequent investigation be sealed.
Just three months after Judd committed suicide in her Tennessee home, her family filed an amended petition in the Williamson County Grand Court on Friday, Aug. provided details of a previous request to seal the recorded recording. Death of a country star.
A representative of the judge reportedly provided details about the filing as follows: Associated Press with family permission. According to the publication, Judd’s husband Larry Stricklandand her daughters, Ashley When Wynonna Juddalleging that exposing the details of Judd’s death would cause “grave trauma and irreparable harm” to the family.
The family is reportedly asking the court to bar the sheriff’s office from releasing records, including Judd’s medical records, because they have a “right to privacy.” APs The petition says it references several Tennessee news outlets that have already filed public records requests in connection with the investigation.
of APs Strickland, who has been married to Judd for more than 30 years, said he was unaware his interview was being recorded when he shared personal information for the investigation.
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New information reportedly revealed in the petition details that Ashley, 54, found her mother alive after shooting herself and stayed with her for 30 minutes until help came. is described.
of Ruby in Paradise Starr said she was in “clinical shock, active trauma, and acute distress” when she spoke with police officers after the incident and that recordings of them, including video, audio and photographs, would be released to the public. No. For multiple reasons.
The family also released a statement to the outlet, saying, “Our family continues to grieve together, personally, in unity and community, recognizing her mother’s beauty and talent as a gift to the world.” They reported. “As we lament, misinformation is being circulated and we lament it. We ask the press to report only the facts.”
Families also encourage those struggling with their own or family members’ mental health to seek help through NAMI (The National Alliance on Mental Illness). Contact us at 800-950-6264, available weekdays from 10am to 10pm ET. A Suicide and Crisis Hotline is also available at 988 and is available 24 hours a day.