The records contained video and audio interviews with Judd’s family members following her passing. 发布这些细节将导致 “重大创伤和无法弥补的伤害,” 她的家人说.
Judd’s family filed the petition in Williamson County Chancery Court in Tennessee, as the filing was made on behalf of the late singer’s husband Larry Strickland and her daughters Ashley and Wynonna.
The petition was a more detailed follow-up to an earlier request made by the family last week. A representative provided it to The Associated Press with the family’s permission. The document requests the court to not release the records since it includes Judd’s medical records and the family has “a right to privacy.”
根据文件, Strickland said that he was unaware his interviews were being recorded, noting that he shared personal information.
Ashley said in the petition that she was in “clinical shock, active trauma and acute distress,” after her mother’s death and requested the recordings to not permanently stay in the public.
Tennessee’s law generally allows law enforcement records to be released, 然而, police have the discretion to hold records while an investigation is ongoing. Once an investigation is closed, the records are typically released, according to the media outlet.
贾德, 76, 死了 在四月 30 at her home in Tennessee. The country legend died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound after battling mental health, according to her daughter Ashley.
Ashley and Wynonna confirmed the loss of their mother in an emotional statement shared on Twitter at the time.
“今天我们姐妹经历了一场悲剧,” Ashley Judd tweeted. “我们因精神疾病失去了美丽的母亲. 我们支离破碎. 我们正在经历深深的悲伤，并且知道我们爱她, 她深受公众的喜爱. 我们在未知的领域。”
Naomi and Wynonna Judd were to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame the following day, and they had just announced an arena tour to begin in the fall, their first tour together in over a decade. They also made a return to awards shows when they performed at the CMT Music Awards in early April.
A rep for Naomi Judd’s family did not immediately respond to Fox News Digital’s request for comment.
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