Within the couple’s Nashville home, Kellie Pickler’s husband passed away

Kyle Jacobs, Kellie Pickler’s husband, was discovered dead in their Nashville residence.

The death of Kyle Jacobs has been officially confirmed by the authorities, who say they were called to a Nashville house on Friday at 1:21 p.m. local time. In a statement to People, the Nashville Police Department acknowledged the development and added that the Department of Emergency Communications had taken the call.

Together with the cops, the Nashville Fire Department arrived at the scene. Jacobs was determined to have passed away at the scene “after an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.”

As of press time, the authorities are investigating his passing as an apparent suicide.

Pickler, a former contestant on “Dancing with the Stars,” claimed she woke up but was unable to locate Jacobs. When she discovered that a room inside the house was locked, she and her personal assistant immediately summoned the police.

Before his passing, Jacobs had a notable career as a music producer. He got an Academy of Country Music Award in 2014 after working as a producer on Lee Brice’s single, “I Drive Your Truck.” Before to his passing, he collaborated with a number of musicians, including Tim McGraw, Darius Rucker, Garth Brooks, and Kelly Clarkson.

What precipitated Jacobs’ apparent suicide is still a mystery.

Jacobs was still able to recognize his most recent career victory with an Instagram post before he passed away. He posted a picture of the platinum certification for Lee Brice’s “Hello World” the day before his alleged death.

“Platinum?! SWEEEET!!! This was put together by a fantastic group of people with incredible talent… I feel incredibly gratified to have contributed in some way… I’m grateful to Jesus! “He wrote the post’s caption.

His musical collaborations are frequently updated on his Instagram. His enthusiasm for writing “wonderful music with people with lovely hearts in beautiful places” was mentioned in 2021.

In addition to his involvement in the music industry, Jacobs is also known for his appearance with Pickler in the television documentary “I Love Kellie Pickler.” Through its three seasons, the 2015 CMT movie helped the network achieve high ratings.

On January 1, 2011, he and Pickler were wed in a secret ceremony. A child has not yet been welcomed there.

After his passing, CMT issued a statement expressing its sympathies to the deceased man’s family.

It posted on Twitter, saying, “Our thoughts and prayers are with Kellie Pickler and the rest of the Jacobs family.”