Charmayne "Maxee" Maxwell of BrownStone Dies At 46
It's sad we have to share some horrible news. Charmayne "Maxee" Maxwell, one of the original, talented, beautiful and kind hearted spirited members of the 90s R&B group, Brownstone, has passed away sometime near the last day of February.
On Saturday, Charmayne suffered a fatal fall while in Demark, TMZ reports.
Maxwell was said to be attending a soccer game when she fell. Her death has been described as an "accident," though according to speculations, family members are looking into whether she committed suicide.
However, Maxwel's brother Brandon Maxwell, took to his twitter account where he denies rumors that his sister hinted at suicide on Twitter before her death. "People are so dumb. This is actually BS..." he wrote, with a link to a blog post alleging Maxwell posted a suicide note.
"Bad things happen to the most innocent people. My sister died in the most terrible way and I'm in so much pain right now," he added.
On her FaceBook page, her friends, have been shocked by this sudden turn of events. Something no one thought would never happen, at least for the fact that she was young.
Fellow member of the girl groupg, Teisha Brown, wrote, "I just need to be by you 1 more time on stage MAX!"
In 1995, the group had their biggest with the song "If You Love Me" under Michael Jackson's MJJ's label. They also earned a Billboard Music Award and a Grammy nomination.
Let's keep Maxee's family and friends in prayer as she now rests with the angels in Heaven. We love you Maxee! R.I.P.