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’90s Girl Group Singer Dies in Freak Accident

Mar 2, 2015  •  Post A Comment

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”:

3 Comments

  1. I said y’all know that was Foul Play She was killed!

  2. She was killed and I’ll murder has been covered up that’s file of that group I love the scene lead singer of the group Brownstone and for someone to kill her make it look like it was an accident you can’t fall on broken glass and cut your neck I hate black on black murders especially with beautiful women who gets killed by bombs

  3. That sounds shady as hell! Something from a cheap paper back story where the husband/partner is convicted in the end!

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