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Singer Charmayne Maxwell, part of the 90s R&B group Brownstone, died Friday night on her way to a L.A. hospital after her husband found her bleeding from a cut to her neck.
Maxwell had returned home with her son after his soccer game. Later in the evening she was found by her husband, music producer Carsten Soulshock, unconscious and bleeding from what Police said was from a broken wine glass that cut Maxwell ‘s neck. Sources told TMZ.com that the singer died on her way to Cedars Sinai Hospital, because she had lost too much blood.
Brownstone, which was on Michael Jackson’s MJJ Music label — had its biggest hit with 1995’s “If You Love Me.” They earned a Billboard Music Award and a Grammy nomination for the song.
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