The family of Naomi Judd received a court order to keep death records private.

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NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! The family of Naomi Judd was given a temporary court order on Tuesday to keep her death information confidential.

Larry Strickland and Judd’s daughters Wynonna and Ashley sued for injunctive relief in Williamson County, Tennessee, according to court documents acquired by Fox News Digital.

The ruling stated that “Sheriff’s deputies, in accordance with customary protocol,” had carried out “an inquiry into Mrs. Judd’s death,” which led to the gathering of evidence.

“Records were generated which include photographs, video recordings, audio recordings, and written reports,” the order continues. According to information and belief, Mrs. Judd is graphically represented in several of these materials, it continued.

Naomi Judd's family, including daughters Ashley and Wynonna, were granted a court order on Tuesday to keep their mother's death records sealed from the public.

Ashley and Wynonna Judd’s relatives, together with the court on Tuesday gave them permission to keep their mother’s death records private. in Evan Agostini

According to the court documents, if these information were made public, Judd’s family would “suffer irreparable harm in the form of emotional distress, sorrow, and mental anguish.”

“The dissemination of these information would cause the entire family sorrow for years to come,” the court ordered.
Tuesday saw the issuance of the provisional injunction, and September 12 is the day set for the evidentiary hearing.

The injunction states that it is forbidden to reveal “any investigative or evidentiary information” related to the case, including “medical records, law enforcement investigative reports, including pictures, video, and other images.”

On April 30, the country music icon committed suicide. She was 76.
In April, Ashley and Wynonna posted a statement on social media to convey the news of their mother’s passing.

Naomi Judd named her husband of 33 years, Larry Strickland, as the executor of her final will. The couple posed for a shoot in 2005 in Los Angeles, California.

In her last will and testament, Naomi Judd designated Larry Strickland—the couple’s 33-year marriage—as the executor. In 2005, the pair appeared in Los Angeles, California, for a photo session. Mr. Harry Langdon

The statement read, “Today we sisters faced a tragedy.” “Mental illness claimed the life of our lovely mother. We are broken.

“We are coping with intense loss and are aware that she was adored by her audience just as much as we were. We are in uncharted waters.

Judds will’s background has lately come to light. According to court paperwork Fox News Digital was able to obtain, Judd designated her husband of 33 years, Larry Strickland, as the executor of her estate.

Strickland received “complete authority and discretion” to handle and manage “any real property constituting an asset of my estate, without the consent of any court, the joining of any beneficiary, or the disclosure of any beneficiary of my estate’s identity.”

The publishing of

Judd's family said that the release of her andquot;graphicandquot; death records would cause their family andquot;pain for years to come.andquot;

Judd’s “graphic” death certificates, according to her family, will bring them “suffering for years to come.” WireImage/Louis Myrie

In the event of Larry’s passing or if he is unable to act as an executor, Naomi named Daniel Kris Wiatr and Reginald Strickland as co-executors.

Even while Ashley and Wynonna aren’t expressly mentioned in the will, a family insider reportedly informed Us Weekly that the two are designated as beneficiaries of Naomi’s trust.

A spokesperson for Wynonna Judd did not immediately reply to a request for comment from Fox News Digital.
Please call the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988 or 1-800-273-TALK if you or someone you know is contemplating suicide (8255).
Tracy Wright from Fox News contributed to this story.
Fox News Digital’s entertainment writer is Janelle Ash.