The cause of death of Kellie Pickler’s husband, Kyle Jacobs, was revealed after 3 months

New information has been released regarding the unfortunate death of Kellie Pickler’s husband and singer Kyle Jacobs.

An autopsy has confirmed the “Hi Dave, It’s Me” singer took his own life, confirming the fears of those closest to him. Jacobs’ death shocked the world nearly three months ago, prompting an outpouring of tributes from fans and country music heavyweights including Lee Brice, Paula Abdul and Ruston Kelly.

The suspicion that Kyle Jacobs committed suicide has been confirmed

Jacobs, 49, died unexpectedly on February 17 at his and Pickler’s home in Nashville. confirmed as suicide. Toxicology results show that no drugs were found at the time of the “Red Intruder” artist’s death, despite a history of “pseudoconvulsions, gastrointestinal bleeding, elevated liver enzymes and chronic alcohol consumption,” according to documents obtained by the author. Taste of country.

While pseudoseizures – or psychogenic non-epileptic seizures (PNES) – mimic the physical symptoms of an epileptic seizure, they are caused by underlying psychological conditions. Physical conditions such as low blood sugar can also trigger a crisis.

Pickler and his assistant called the Metropolitan Nashville Police when they couldn’t get into a room in the house while searching for Jacobs. When officers arrived, they quickly learned that “The End” hitmaker, who worked as a songwriter for other big-name country music artists, had taken his own life from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Kellie Pickler and husband Kyle Jacob on the red carpet

“Mr. Jacobs’ wife, Kellie Pickler, reported that she woke up a short time earlier, did not see her husband, and began looking for him. After she and her personal assistant were unable to open the upstairs bedroom/office door, the assistant called 911” – can be read in the announcement of the authorities at the time. It was also revealed that his death is being investigated as a suicide.

The co-writer of “more than a memory” was remembered by his friends and colleagues

While Pickler has remained silent on social media and has not publicly commented on her husband’s death, her friends have since expressed their pain through social media.

“He taught me courage when darkness oppressed me. Many times. It was a deep warmth for so many people. I love you forever Kyle Jacobs. Your heart was bigger than anything and we will always remember you that way,” Kelly wrote in a Feb. 20 tweet.

Raleigh Keegan tweeted: “RIP to my friend Kyle Jacobs. We’ve written many songs together, including ‘Our First Goodbye’ and my latest song ‘I Hate Country Music’. He helped tell stories and was always a joy to be around.”

“Kyle Jacobs was a bright spot on this earth and he will be missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with Kellie and the rest of her family,” Clint Black shared, along with a group photo with Jacobs. Paula Abdul sent a message to Pickler and wrote:

“My heart breaks for you @kelliepickler. I am sending you comfort and strength during this unimaginable time. I love you and I’m here for you. Rest in peace #KyleJacobs.”

Stephen 'tWitch' Boss at the Critics Choice Associations Fifth Annual Black Cinema Celebration on December 14, 2022

Brice, who collaborated with the late guitarist on his 2020 song “Save the Roses,” called him “one of the best people you could ever hope to have in your corner” in a Feb. 22 Instagram post.

His death has been compared to that of Stephen ‘tWitch’ Boss

Jacobs himself celebrated the success of Brice’s album, “Hey World,” which he co-produced, played acoustic guitar and provided background vocals, in a Feb. 15 social media post — the last update before his death.

“Platinum?! SWEET!!! An amazing team of incredibly talented peeps put this together… Deeply honored to be a creative part of it… Thank you Jesus!!!” entered it under the holiday post.

For many, the update showed that the “Chaos on the Street” singer was reportedly in a good place before his suicide, reminding many of the death of Stephen “tWitch” Boss.

Like the “Don’t Need No Reason” writer, Boss shared a video of himself dancing with his wife, Allison Holker, two days before he took his own life. The heartwarming and bittersweet clip was captioned:

“Holiday Sunday holiday dance! With my lover!!”

The famous dancer also took his own life by shooting himself in the head with a gun, according to The Blast.

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