The loving spouse of American Idol star Kellie Pickler, who died suddenly from what appears to have been a self-inflicted gunshot wound, left her in a “state of shock,” RadarOnline.com exclusively revealed.
On February 17, Pickler called the police at 1:21 p.m. local time because she couldn’t find Kyle Jacobs in their Nashville home, and the call dramatically altered the singer’s life.
She “awoke a short time earlier, did not see her spouse, and started hunting for him,” a police representative exclusively revealed to RadarOnline.com.
The place where Jacobs was ultimately found was described by the police representative as “the upstairs bedroom/office after she and her personal assistant were unable to unlock the door, the assistant called 911.”
Jacobs’ death is currently being looked into as an apparent suicide, according to RadarOnline.com. Pickler was in shock and searching for explanations after hearing the awful news.
According to a source close to Pickler, the My Angel singer, who became famous on the fifth season of American Idol, is “in misery.”
She is battling a range of emotions while attempting to make sense of what has transpired.
Pickler and Jacobs had married secretly on January 1, 2011, and they had built a stunning life together. The couple began dating in 2008, and on June 15, 2010, they became engaged. On a Florida beach, Jacobs asked his soon-to-be wife to marry him.
Many of Jacobs’ fans, friends, and loved ones are inconsolable as a result of the untimely passing of one of country music’s most talented songwriters.
In his last Instagram post, Jacobs highlighted a professional achievement alongside a picture that announced Lee Brice’s Hey World had achieved platinum status.
“Platinum?! SWEEEET!!! This was put together by an incredible group of people with extraordinary talent… deeply honored to play a part in it creatively… I’m grateful to Jesus! “Read it.
According to reliable sources, some of Pickler’s well-known acquaintances have subsequently gotten in touch to express their sympathies and offer support during this trying time, including fellow AI alums Carrie Underwood, Katharine McPhee, and Taylor Swift.
The insider said, “They’re showing her how cherished she is.”