A singer known for making it to the top 11 contestants on the 13th season of “The Voice” is dead at the age of 33, according to reports.
Janice Freeman was at her home in Pasadena, California, on Thursday when she began having difficulty breathing, as Page Six reported
Her husband, Dion, was reportedly with her at the time and attempted to render emergency aid including CPR.
Paramedics transported her to an area hospital, where she was pronounced dead later the same day.
Officials say her cause of death appears to have been a blood clot, though Freeman has had a history of serious medical issues.
According to TMZ, the singer’s manager said the blood clot was in her lungs and came amid a struggle with lupus and bronchitis.
Miley Cyrus, a judge on the series who showed particular interest in Freeman as a contestant, posted an Instagram story update in memory of her former team member.
She thanked Freeman “for everything,” adding that the accompanying picture of a rainbow represented the singer “perfectly.”
Cyrus and Freeman stayed in contact after the latter was voted off of the show. When Freeman had financial troubles in 2017, Cyrus reportedly paid her rent for six months.
In addition to struggling with lupus, she had reportedly also suffered from meningitis and battled cervical cancer in the past. She is reportedly survived by her husband and a daughter.
[Featured image: Janice Freeman and Luke Wade, Dan Steinberg/Invision for the Television Academy/AP Images]