The Judd family including their daughter, were present on Aug. 1. Ashley JuddNBC News obtained court documents from the courts requesting injunctive relief for Naomi. The records depicted Naomi in a graphic manner.  

The family said that if photos or videos from the scene of Naomi’s death were released, it would cause them “emotional distress, pain and mental anguish,” adding, “the release of these records would continue to cause the entire family pain for years to come,” NBC News reported.  

Naomi was 76 when she committed suicide. The singer, who was open about her struggle with mental health, was set to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame one day before her death.   

“Today, we were all affected by a tragic event. Wynonna, Ashley, and Wynonna released a statement via social media. “We lost our beautiful mom to the disease mental illness,” Wynonna stated. “We are broken. “We are going through profound grief. We know she loved us, and that her people loved her.” “We are still in uncharted territory.”  

It is not the first time that the Naomi family took steps to hide information regarding Naomi’s death. Interview with Naomi in May Diane Sawyer, Ashley shared her mother’s cause of death to prevent it from becoming public without the family’s consent. 

The actress noted that it was something the family was “very uncomfortable sharing, but understand that we’re in a position that if we don’t say it someone else is going to.”