Less than a week after the sad news broke on the death of singer Mindy McCready,we now know much more about what happened in her final days.
*The Love of her life, David Wilson committed suicide
*McCready couldn't be at the hospital to spend Wilson's dying hours with him because investigators held her to test her hands for gunshot residue.
*Even after Police ruled her out as a suspect and classified David's death as a suicide, tabloids still insinuated that she was involved.
*Her ex, country singer Billy McKnight had social services visit her and administer a court inforced alcohol/drug test. She failed claiming it was mouthwash.The children were placed in custody and Mindy was hospitalized. Mindy was given a urine and blood test which showed no drugs or alcohol in her system.
*Mindy was released by doctors and sent home to a house where she had access to her deceased boyfriend's guns.
* On the Friday before her death, she received a letter from the Arkansas' Division of Children and Family Services with court order sending her two children to live with their grandmother (Mindy's Mom) in Florida.
*This devasted Mindy because she's been fighting with her mom for years over earlier child custody. Her mom won every court battle and assumed that she'd never see the children again at this point.
*McCready's last day was focused on getting the world to hear a song, "I'll See You Yesterday" the last thing she recorded with Wilson, who was a music producer.
*Mindy wanted it to be a suicide prevention public service announcement.
*Investigators now realize what she was not revealing was that her true reason was that this was HER suicide video. She wanted it out there because she knew the video would get more play after she committed her suicide. She wanted the world at the end to know how she had been treated and mistreated and all the stuff that she had gone through.
Here's Mindy's Final Song
"I'll See You Yesterday"
Click here for the full CNN report on Mindy McCready's final days and what apparently caused her so much emotional pain that she ended her own life.