Singer Charmayne Maxwell, 46, Dies in Tragic Accident
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Charmayne Maxwell, a member of the Grammy-nominated group Brownstone, died on Friday after a tragic accident in Los Angeles.
A source told TMZ that the 46-year-old was home alone with her son when she accidentally cut her neck on broken glass.
Maxwell's husband, music producer Carsten Soulshock, came home around 9 PM and found her unconscious and bleeding.
He called 911, and paramedics rushed her to Cedars Sinai Hospital where she later died.
The LAPD does not suspect foul play, detectives believes she accidentally cut herself on a broken wine glass.
Charmayne's brother Brandon Maxwell confirmed the sad news on social media. He tweeted, "R.I.P my beautiful sister Charmayne 'Maxee' Maxwell. I can't even believe I'm typing this right now."
He then shared a photo with the caption, “R.I.P to my beautiful sister Charmayne "Maxee" Maxwell ?? I'm so devasted because you deserved to stay on this earth much longer. You had such an amazing talent and you went really far with your singing career. I felt so inspired from you and it gave me motivation to become the best performer I could be. I love you so much sis, I'm so grateful I was able to have you in my life ????”
Brownstone won a Billboard Music Award and earned a Grammy nod for the 1995 hit “If You Love Me.”