Naomi Judd’s final note revealed: ‘Do not let Wy come to my funeral’

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Naomi Judd wrote in what appears to be her chilling suicide note that she did not want her “mentally ill” daughter Wynonna Judd to attend her funeral.

Radar Online obtained a photo of the message, written on a yellow Post-it note, from the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office in Tennessee on Tuesday.

“Do not let Wy come to my funeral,” the note read. “She’s mentally ill.”

The word “not” was underlined, indicating how strongly Naomi allegedly felt about banning Wynonna from her services.

A source close to Wynonna told the outlet that she is “crushed” by her mom’s last words.

“Wy knows better than anyone the mental struggles Naomi went through, but it just crushes her to think her mom’s dying thoughts were so vicious,” a friend said.

The Judd family declined to comment on the apparent suicide note when reached by Page Six.

The country music icon died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound in April 2022 at the age of 76. She had struggled with her mental health for several years.

In August, an autopsy report from the Nashville medical examiner’s office revealed that Naomi had been found “unresponsive in her home by family” and was pronounced dead shortly after being rushed to a nearby hospital.

Wynonna, who performed with Naomi in their country music duo, The Judds, opened up in May about the heartbreak of losing her mom.

“I DO know, that the pain of losing Mom on 4/30 to suicide is so great, that I often feel like I’m not ever going to be able to fully accept and surrender to the truth that she left the way she did. This cannot be how The Judds story ends,” she wrote on Instagram at the time.

Wynonna, 58, added that she needed to work on herself to avoid the mental health and addiction struggles that have plagued her family.

“I really DO know, that I’m not able to do this grieving thing all by myself, and that it’s okay to reach out for help. I will continue to fight for my faith, for my SELF, for my family, and I WILL continue to show up & sing,” she wrote.

Wynonna paid tribute to her mom at the 2022 CMA Awards in November, telling the audience, “These past six months have been a time to grieve and a time to be grateful.”

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But rumors of a family feud swirled when Wynonna and her sister, Ashley Judd, were left out of their mother’s will.

Wynonna denied claims that she was fighting with Ashley, 54, in October.

“Someone told me while I was at Ashley’s house, ‘Hey, did you know that they’re saying this about you?’ I went, ‘Huh? I’m fighting with Ashley? Oh. Again?’” she told People.

“Fighting over what? I have such a great life. Ashley has a great life. Why would we be fighting over the will?”

Wynonna even went so far as to say that her mom’s death had only brought her closer to her sister.

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-TALK (8255) or text Crisis Text Line at 741741.

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