GRL Singer Simone Battle’s Death Ruled a Suicide

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PHOTO: Singer Simone Battle, of G.R.L., leaves a Good Morning America taping during a ABC Times Square Studios on Aug. 20, 2014 in New York City.

The genocide of cocktail thespian and former “X-Factor” competitor Simone Battle, a member of G.R.L., has been ruled a self-murder by hanging, a Los Angeles County coroner pronounced today.

Lt. Fred Corral of a Los Angeles County Coroner’s Department pronounced no serve sum are being released.

The 25-year-old thespian was found passed Friday morning in her West Hollywood home.

“We are deeply saddened by a comfortless news of a detriment of Simone Battle of G.R.L.,” Reign Deer Entertainment, Robin Antin, Kemosabe Records, and RCA Records pronounced in a statement.

“Simone was an well-developed immature talent and tellurian being, and we are all ravaged to learn of her passing,” a matter said. “Our thoughts and prayers are with her family and desired ones during this time.”

Battle grew adult in Los Angeles, where she did some partial time displaying and work in radio and cinema before finale adult on debate with a Black Eyed Peas after high school, according to RCA records.

Battle told RCA annals she knew she wanted to be a thespian after her father played a fasten of Whitney Houston singing her blockbuster strain “I Will Always Love You.”

“After that we played a fasten over and over compartment it unwound,” she told RCA Records. “I adore Josephine Baker, Eartha Kitt, and Dorothy Dandridge, though Whitney really desirous my dream to be a singer.”

Battle attended a University of Southern California before perplexing out for a initial deteriorate of “The X Factor.” After being kicked off a show, she expelled her strain “He Likes Boys” before fasten a song organisation G.R.L.

Battle’s bandmate Paula Van Oppen took to amicable media to weep her friend.

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