RIP: 'The Voice' Star Janice Freeman's Official Cause Of Her Sudden Demise Is Finally Revealed

March 22, 2019 12:37

Death is always horrible, especially in the young ones. The Voice contestant Janice Freeman won everybody's heart on the show with Radioactive cover during the blind auditions. The whole world was waiting for this talented woman to perform, but at the age of 33, her life was tragically cut short. Janice Freeman passed away on March 2, survived by husband Dion and 12-year-old daughter Hannah.

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The real reason for demise is revealed

When the talented singer passed away, the blood clot was the alleged cause for her instant death. According to her official death certificate obtained by The Blast, Janice Freeman died from a pulmonary embolism. It is a blockage of the pulmonary artery with blood clots that are often formed in the large veins of the lower extremities or pelvis (embolism).

The Voice star also suffered from Lupus, which was listed as a contributing factor to her demise, according to the outlet. 

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Janice Freeman was in Team Miley 2017. Cyrus paid a heartfelt tribute to her 'mentor' and 'best friend' on a memorial day, crying eyes out. 

A heartbreaking promise

Janice and Dion Freeman have a 12-year-old daughter Hannah, who is now left without her beloved mother. When the star passed away, Miley Cyrus wrote on her Instagram page that she is going to take care of her daughter as her baby sister alongside Janice's husband and mother. 

She was just 33 years old. Hopefully, she will rest in peace as she watches Cyrus' fulfillment of the heartfelt promise.

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