'The Voice' Alum Janice Freeman’s Cause of Death Was Pulmonary Embolism

Updated On 22 Mar, 2019 Published On

It's been three weeks since Janice Freeman passed away and the cause of death of the former The Voice contestant has finally been revealed.

The Blast reported on Thursday, March 21, according to her death certificate, the late singer died from a pulmonary embolism. Lupus was also listed as a contributing factor to her death.

The songstress left this world on March 2. She was at her Pasadena home when she complained to her husband, Dion, that she couldn't breathe.

TMZ reported that Dion called 911 and performed CPR paramedics arrived at the scene. She was taken to a local hospital. She was pronounced dead at the hospital at around 5:30 p.m.

Freeman previously had battled lupus, meningitis and cervical cancer.

Freeman competed on Miley Cyrus’ team during the season 13 of The Voice.

Cyrus, 26, took to Instagram to pay tribute to her. Alongside a photo of a rainbow, the Hannah Montana alum, 26, wrote at the time, "Thank you @janicefreeman.. for everything. This represents you perfectly."

Rest In Peace Janice Freeman!

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