Late country star Cady Groves's friends have come out to express their concerns about the cause of her death after authorities didn't test the deceased for COVID-19.
A recent report from Page Six concerning the tragic passing of country music singer Cady Groves showed that her loved ones are worried about the cause of her death.
Many speculations surround her mysterious death, but her friends still feel that authorities should have conducted a novel coronavirus test.
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Cady was confirmed dead by authorities after her roommate raised the alarm. The roommate hadn't seen her for days and decided to check-in. After medical officials performed an autopsy, there were no forms of "dirty work" detected.
However, her friends have another opinion concerning the cause of her death as they aired their dissatisfaction as to how authorities handled Cady's case. A close source told the news outlet that a COVID-19 test was expected, but it turned out otherwise.
HER FRIENDS' SPECULATIONS
The insider added that the "A Month Of Sundays" singer's death was "unexpected," and the city's morgue was already brimming with COVID-19 cases.
Once on Instagram, the songbird talked about her mental health.
Another insider sheds more light on her health status in weeks leading up to her passing. The source revealed that Cady had a history with bronchial complications, and her older brother had mentioned it in his announcement.
WHO IS CADY GROVES
Groves was born in Oklahoma, and she grew up in Kansas. The southern belle always wanted to be a songwriter. She launched her music career in 2009 with notable sounds like "Love Actually," "Forget you," and her EP, "A Month Of Sundays," among others.
While alive, Cady always made it known that her brothers Casey and Kelly, were her mentors. The two passed on in 2007 and 2014, respectively. Once in an interview, Groves revealed that the passing of her loved ones helped her find her purpose in music.
WEEKS LEADING UP TO HER DEATH
Some fans hinted on Cady's social media posts weeks before her passing. At the start of the ongoing lockdown, some of her social media posts carried worrisome meanings.
Her posts on Twitter, which could have as well being a complaint about the ongoing world pandemic, had her talking about feeling "defeated."
Following her death, her brother took to Twitter, where he clamped down on all forms of speculations suggesting that Cady's posts were out of the "ordinary."