mindy mccready committed mental health Mindy McCready dies of apparent suicide at 37 years old   report

Country singer Mindy McCready died Sunday of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to Dateline NBC correspondent Andrea Canning, who tweeted the news. She is the fifth former cast member of VH1’s “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew” to have died since appearing on the show.
McCready first got in trouble over her drug use in 2004, following an arrest for using a fake prescription to buy OxyContin. She appeared on the VH1 program in 2010 to kick that problem, as well as issues with alcohol and Xanax.
The question has been asked again, and again, of whether “Celebrity Rehab,” which televises the drug rehabilitation process, actually helps the patient. Along with McCready, Jeff Conaway, Rodney King, Mike Starr, and Joey Kovar have all died since appearing on the program, the Daily Beast points out. Additionally, many former cast members have relapsed, making headlines in the process.
McCready leaves behind two sons, one of which isn’t even a year old. Her death comes just a month after the death of her boyfriend David Wilson, also of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, and days after a report that she had been committed to a mental health facility.

The Cleburne County Sheriff’s Office has released a statement.
At 3:31 PM, Sunday, February 17th Deputies from the Cleburne County Sheriff’s Office were dispatched to a report of gun shots fired in the area of 1132 Fox Chase Drive in Heber Springs. Officers arrived on the scene at 3:58 PM and discovered the body of 37 year old Melinda Gayle McCready on the front porch of the residence at 1132 Fox Chase. Ms. McCready was pronounced dead at the scene from what appears to be a single self-inflicted gunshot wound. At this time family members have been notified of the incident. Ms. Mcready will be transported to the Arkansas State Crime Lab for an autopsy and the matter will be fully investigated.
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