Charmayne Maxwell, who was a singer in the 1990s R&B girl group Brownstone, reportedly died in a freak accident that took place at her Los Angeles home Friday.
Maxwell, 46, was reportedly found bleeding from the neck at around 9 p.m. by her husband, music producer Carsten Soulshock, reports TMZ. It is believed that she was holding a wine glass when she fell to the ground and slashed her neck with the broken glass, puncturing it in two places, reports Pix 11. She was also unconscious and may have suffered a head injury.
Maxwell still had a pulse when she was discovered, but she reportedly died later from blood loss at Cedars Sinai Hospital.
Police reportedly do not believe foul play was involved, but aren't sure why she fell. Family members say she took her son to a soccer game earlier that day and was alone with him when the incident took place.
Brownstone had a big hit in 1995 with the single "If You Love Me," for which they earned a Billboard Music Award and a Grammy nomination.