Ashley Judd Calls Out 'Cruel' Misinformation Around Mom's Naomi's Death
Ashley Judd is advocating for her family’s right to privacy following the death of her mother, Naomi Judd, in April.
The actor penned an essay published in “The New York Times” on Wednesday
It included details about the “harrowing day” that the country music legend died at age 76.
In the article, Judd explained why information surrounding Judd’s death, like police reports and family interviews, should not be made available to the public.
"Family members who have lost a loved one are often revictimized by laws that can expose their most private moments to the public," she said.
She recalled having to answer questions from law enforcement the day of her mother’s death.
A day after her death, Naomi Judd was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
Ashley Judd Says Releasing Naomi Judd Death File ‘Will Only Worsen’ Pain
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