90s R&B singer Charmayne Maxwell dies in freak accident

LOS ANGELES - Charmayne Maxwell, part of the 90s R&B group Brownstone, died Friday night in L.A. after her husband found her bleeding from a cut to her neck.

According to an online report by TMZ, a family member said Maxwell had come home from her son's soccer game and was home alone with him. Later in the evening, around 9 p.m., her husband, music producer Carsten Soulshock, came home and found her unconscious and bleeding.

TMZ said they were told it looked like Maxwell had fallen and cut her neck on glass and was bleeding profusely. She still had a pulse when her husband called 911, and paramedics transported her to Cedars Sinai Hospital. Maxwell had lost too much blood and died on the way to the hospital.

Police say a broken wine glass cut Charmayne's neck. Detectives do not suspect foul play, according to TMZ.

The group, which was on Michael Jackson's MJJ Music label, had its biggest hit with 1995's "If You Love Me." They earned a Billboard Music Award and a Grammy nomination for the song.

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