Naomi Judd's Autopsy Confirms singer's Cause of Death


The autopsy report for Naomi Judd, which was publicly disclosed by the Nashville medical examiner's office, supported the claims of the family. .

Judd shot himself in the head with a gun and died as a result.

"Our matriarch was dogged by an unfair foe," She was treated for PTSD and bipolar disorder, which millions of Americans can relate to, the family statement. 


According to the reports, when Judd's family discovered her unresponsive 

She was promptly taken to Williamson Medical Center from her home in Franklin, Tennessee,  

There she was declared dead, report stated "where she was pronounced dead shortly after arrival." .

The report also states that her past history was full of anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, chronic idiopathic pneumonitis, and others .

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Judd had multiple prescription medications for bipolar disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder in his system, according to the autopsy results. 

Daughters uncomfortably shared the news that Judd used firearm for killing herself. It is really not a piece of to be shared with others. 


For the unversed, Naomi and Wynonna formed the musical duo “The Judds” in 1983. 


The both have won five Grammy Awards and scored 14 No. 1 songs in a career that spanned nearly three decades. 


The day before Wynonna and she were honoured in the Country Music Hall of Fame, Naomi passed away.