Naomi Judd Suicide

Country legend Naomi Judd took her own life on Saturday following a longtime battle with mental illness

Naomi’s daughters, Ashley Judd and Wynonna Judd, announced their mother’s death in an emotional statement this weekend.

Naomi’s husband of 32 years, Larry Strickland, added in a statement of his own, “Naomi Judd’s family request privacy during this heartbreaking time

Naomi’s daughters broke down in tears as they inducted their late mother into the Country Music Hall of Fame on Sunday.

Wynonna, 57, and Ashley, 54, appeared on stage at the awards show in Nashville just one day after their mother died

Because The Judds — Naomi and Wynonna’s mom-and-daughter music duo — had been honored with a spot on the list.

“My mama loved you so much,” a tearful Ashley told the audience, “and I’m sorry that she couldn’t hang on until today.

Naomi had been open about her mental health struggles. During an interview on “Good Morning America” in 2016

the singer said that she had been facing “extreme” and “severe depression” that forced her into reclusion.

She explained that her condition worsened after she and Wynonna stopped touring as The Judds in 2011.