Kellie Pickler husband suicide shocks fans and admirers

Kellie Pickler husband suicide, Kyle Jacobs, the infamous lyricist was found dead with self-inflicted wounds from gun bullets as reported by the investigating authorities. He was only 49 years old at the time of his death at the couple’s Nashville home in Tennessee. The unfortunate incident of Kellie Pickler’s husband suicide took place on Friday 17th Feb, 2023 afternoon when Nashville’s Department of Emergency Communications said they received a 911 call at 1:21 p.m. and found him in an “upstairs bedroom/office.”

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Kellie Pickler husband suicide: Who was Kyle Jacobs?

Kyle Jacobs or Kyle Christopher Jacobs was born in June, 1973 in Bloomington, Minnesota and was an infamous Country pop lyricist apart from being a vocalist, guitarist and pianist. The engagement between American Idol famed Kellie Pickler and Kyle Jacobs was announced by the former in 2010 after they dated each other for more than 2 years. Before Kellie Pickler’s husband suicide while promoting the show, the couple visited TODAY in August 2016 and told Hoda Kotb and Kathie Lee Gifford about how “blessed” they were to have “an amazing group” of people around them.

“We have the freedom to just be us and have fun”, Pickler said, with Jacobs adding, “It’s just about love and laughter and having fun”, in their last interview before Kellie Pickler husband suicide.

Details of the death

As confirmed by the investigation agency sources, Pickler called police when she couldn’t find her husband in the Nashville home the reality-show sweethearts shared, and she was unable to open a locked door, according to authorities who are investigating Kellie Pickler’s husband suicide.

The day before Kellie Pickler husband suicide, he had celebrated singer Brice Lee’s album “My World,” which Jacobs had produced, hitting platinum. “Platinum?! SWEEEET!!! An amazing crew of incredibly talented peeps put this one together… Deeply honored to be a creative part of it… Thank you Jesus!!!” Jacobs wrote on Instagram. Jacobs also produced several other Brice hits, including “I Drive Your Truck,” “Hard to Love,” “Rumor” and “Drinking Class.”


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