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Disclaimer: This text mentions suicide.
Nation singer and former American Idol contestant Kellie Pickler‘s husband, Kyle Jacobs, has reportedly died at 49.
In response to CNN, Jacobs, who is understood for his work as a songwriter and music producer, handed away within the couple’s Nashville dwelling on Feb. 17 from an obvious suicide. The publication stories that Nashville’s Division of Emergency Communications obtained an emergency name from the residence at 1:21 p.m. CST.
In a police assertion obtained by CNN, when native legislation enforcement and the fireplace division arrived at their dwelling, Pickler talked about that she didn’t see Jacobs when she awoke and began in search of him alongside a private assistant. As they made their option to the upstairs room, which additionally served as an workplace area, they couldn’t open the door, and it was then the assistant made the 911 name.
Pickler and Jacobs had been married since 2011. The couple even labored collectively on CMT’s actuality present, I Love Kellie Pickler, which aired on the community from 2015 to 2017. Except for working together with his spouse, Jacobs additionally produced songs for different big-name celebrities, together with Garth Brooks, Darius Rucker, Tim McGraw, and Kelly Clarkson.
Jacobs’ producing contribution led to him incomes an Academy of Nation Music Award for Lee Brice’s hit track “I Drive Your Truck.” Following Jacob’s passing, the Academy of Nation Music despatched its condolences to these affected by the tragedy, together with Pickler.
The Academy is deeply saddened to study of the passing of Kyle Jacobs, a proficient Nashville songwriter & producer and the husband of Kellie Pickler. In 2014 Jacobs gained an ACM Award as producer of Lee Brice’s “I Drive Your Truck.” Be a part of us in sending condolences, love & therapeutic. pic.twitter.com/UoHkQm9K2e
— ACM Awards (@ACMawards) February 18, 2023
At the moment, no further particulars have been launched to most of the people, and Pickler has but to launch an announcement.
If you’re combating suicidal ideas or are experiencing a psychological well being disaster, you may dial the 24/7 Nationwide Suicide Prevention hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or go to SuicidePreventionLifeline.org.