Cady Groves passed away unexpectedly in May at the age of 30. The news saddened her fans. Finally, the tragic reality behind her untimely deαth has come to light. The singer of “This Little Girl” passed away from long-term alcoholism, the Davidson County Medical Examiner’s Office in Nashville, Tennessee, reported on Friday.
Alcoholic drinks such as beer, wine, and liquor all contain ethanol, also called ethyl alcohol. Her brother Cody Groves tweeted about her passing on May 3, and the medical examiner’s office has now made their findings public.
It is confirmed that “@cadygroves has left this world. Details are limited right now but family is trying to get them and will keep people updated,”
Cady’s brother Cody Groves shared a post on Twitter:-
@cadygroves has left this world. Details are limited right now but family is trying to get them and will keep people updated. Rest In Peace little sis. Hope you’re reunited with @kellydgroves and Casey. pic.twitter.com/l4S3tqWYFy
— Cody Groves (@Codywaynegroves) May 3, 2020
Cady Groves, born in Kansas, passed suddenly in Nashville. Vel Records claims she began her career in 2009 and has since collaborated with Good Charlotte, Third Eye Blind, and LMFAO, among others, before transitioning to country music. The singer was the third of her siblings to die young.
We previously wrote a few articles about the causes of deαth. To learn more, visit the following link:
- David Miranda Cause of Death: David Miranda’s Death Leaves Glenn Greenwald Grieving
- Gloria Molina Cause of Death: The Heartbreaking News of Her Untimely Death
According to Cody Groves’s interview with The Oklahoman in 2014, Kelly Groves died in 2013 at 28 after battling prescription drug addiction following a severe auto accident. Kelly died seven years after Casey Groves died at 28 due to prescription drug use.