A former contestant on NBC’s “The Voice” who died earlier this month at age 33 died from a pulmonary embolism, TheBlast reports, citing the death certificate for Janice Freeman.
“Freeman was also suffering from lupus, something she had spoken about having in the past, and it was listed as a contributing factor in her death,” the story reports, adding: “Her family released a statement shortly after she died, confirming the star passed away after battling an ‘extreme case of pneumonia’ and a blood clot that traveled to her heart.”
As we reported previously, Freeman was a contestant on season 13 of “The Voice.”
“She was buried in a cemetery in Whittier, CA on March 18 after passing away on March 3 at the age of 33,” TheBlast reports. “Miley Cyrus performed at the memorial with her dad — Freeman was on Miley Cyrus‘ team during ‘The Voice’ season 13.”
Click here to see a performance by Freeman on “The Voice.”
Below is a clip posted this week of Miley Cyrus and others paying tribute to Freeman …