Brownstone’s Charmayne Maxwell Dies at 46
Charmayne “Maxee” Maxwell, member of 90s R&B group, Brownstone, died over the weekend, reports the NY Daily News.
The incident, allegedly occurred after her son’s soccer game and is being attributed to a “freak” fall.
Maxwell’s brother, Brandon confirmed her passing via his Twitter account and Instagram:
Bad things happened to the most innocent people. My sister died in the most terrible way and I’m in so much pain right now.
— brandon (@brandonrmaxwell) March 1, 2015
Known for popular hits, “If You Love Me,” “Grapevyne” and “5 Miles to Empty,” Charmayne resided in Los Angeles with her husband Carsten Schack, a music producer.
Law enforcement stated that the incident did not happen in their jurisdiction.
Charmayne, affectionately known as Maxee, was 46.