It's been almost a week since country singer Mindy McCready tragically took her own life at the tender age of 37. The country music community was rocked to its core over the loss of this once-promising talent who was on a downward spiral in recent years with substance abuse and family issues, hitting rock bottom when her fiance died. Despite the tragedy and the devastation that has ensued, her fam
In the wake of country star Mindy McCready's tragic death on Sunday (Feb. 17), a hearing has been scheduled to determine custody of her two sons. It looks like a legal war may be brewing between her mother and her former boyfriend -- both of whom have been accused of abuse in the past.
Since country singer Mindy McCready took her own life on Sunday, February 17, 2013, there's been quite a bit of speculation about the so-called 'Celebity Rehab' curse. Now, Dr. Drew Pinsky (who headed up the reality television show for its three-season run) has spoken out about her suicide, saying he wished she had completed a longer stay in treatment just prior to her death.
One day before Mindy McCready was found dead of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, the singer sent a private investigator she had been working with a cryptic message. It was a single frame from a video they had been working on together of McCready singing a song called 'I'll See You Yesterday.'
Mindy McCready is back home, but her sons are not. The singer was released from a treatment facility and will undergo 21 days of outpatient treatment, although sources say drug and alcohol tests revealed nothing suspicious.
Custody arrangements for Zander -- Mindy McCready's 6-year-old son with ex-husband Billy McKnight -- are once again in dispute, as McKnight has filed multiple motions with regards to McCready's parenting and rocky personal life. He's asking for primary custody of the boy, and has filed additional motions to compel McCready to submit to drug and alcohol testing and undergo a psychological evaluatio