Naomi Judd was one of the American renowned country music singers who achieved many heights with her daughter, Wynonna Judd in the entertainment industry.
Naomi was known in real life as Diana Ellen Judd and was born on January, 11th, 1946 in Ashland, Kentucky to her parent, Pauline Ruth (mother) and Charles Glen Judd (father).
His father, Charles Judd was a businessman who owned a gas station, and her only brother, Brian Judd passed away at the age of 17 after battling Leukemia.
Naomi Judd and her daughter, Wynonna Judd made up the country music duo with the stage name “The Judds” in the year 1983 and they were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame the day she died.
She died on 30th, April 2022 and the cause of her death was a result of suicide.
How did Naomi Judd kill herself with pills?
The country music singer, Naomi Judd committed suicide at her apartment in Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee, the United States of America on April 30th, 2022 at the age of 76.
Her daughter, Wynonna Judd took to Twitter to announce the sudden demise of her mother, “Today we sisters experienced a tragedy. We lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness.”
She died as a result of excessive intake of her prescribed medication known as Lithium. The drug is said to generate side effects like alopecia, facial edema, and tremors hence it led to her emotional distress.