Kyle Jacobs‘The cause of death has been determined by the authorities.
husband of Kelly Pickler 17 by suicide, a spokesperson for the Davidson Country Medical Examiner confirmed to E! News May 9. He was 49 years old.
Toxicology results showed that there were no drugs in Jacobs' system at the time of his death, although he had a history of “pseudoseizures, gastrointestinal bleeding, elevated liver enzymes and chronic alcohol use”, according to an autopsy report. taste of country,
Officers from the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department were called to Pickler's Tennessee home on February 17 American Idol When the alum got up, she could not find her husband. In a statement to E! News at the time, the department said Pickler and his assistant dialed 911 after they were unable to open the upstairs bedroom/office door during their search for Jacobs.
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Pickler, 36, and the songstress tied the knot in 2011 in a private Caribbean wedding nashville based couple His life was chronicled on the CMT reality show i love kelly pickerWhich ran from 2015 to 2017.
Jacobs said, “We just do everything we can to be real.” Yahoo's Construction series In 2017. “We love to laugh at life. We love to do that, and that's what this show is. Our show is love and laughter.”
While Pickler has not spoken publicly about her husband's death, fellow country stars have paid tribute to Jacobs in the wake of his passing. Lee Bricewho collaborated with Jacobs on his song “Save the Roses”, called him “one of the nicest people one could ever hope to have in their corner”. 22 february instagram post,
“These past few days have truly been some of the toughest days of my life,” he wrote. “At times, I feel lost and buried beneath this deep sadness. Other times, I miss sitting with Kyle all the time that comforts me and makes me smile.”
If you or someone you know needs help, call 988 to reach the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline. You can also call the network, formerly known as the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, at 800-273-8255, text HOME to 741741 or visit speakingofsuicide.com/resources for additional resources.