A singer who was a member of a 1990s R&B girl group died Friday night in what has been described as a freak accident. TMZ.com reports that Charmayne Maxwell, who was part of the group Brownstone, died after her husband came home and found her unconscious and bleeding from a cut to the neck.
“A family member tells us Charmayne had come home from her son’s soccer game, and was home alone with him. Later in the evening … around 9 PM her husband, music producer Carsten Soulshock, came home and found her unconscious and bleeding,” TMZ reports.
She appeared to have fallen and cut herself on a broken wine glass, according to the report. After paramedics were called, Maxwell reportedly died while being transported to a hospital.
Foul play is not suspected, the report notes, citing LAPD detectives,
The report notes: “The group — which was on Michael Jackson’s MJJ Music label — had its biggest hit with 1995’s ‘If You Love Me.’ They earned a Billboard Music Award and a Grammy nomination for the song.”
Here’s the music video for “If You Love Me”: