According to the Los Angeles County Coroner office, both parties were pronounced dead on the scene. Fans of She would also become a successful R&B singer who signed with Epic Records. It's such a sad day for her friends, family and all her fans that loved her," a source shared with E! "She was so talented and was pushing hard on her music career." season 3 winner Fantasia Barrino would express her condolences on social media.
"This just doesn't seem right even saying right now but Rest In Peace Baby Girl," she wrote. Idol Family Forever @American Idol." As for her husband, Rasual was first drafted by the Miami Heat in 2002.
However, she did post a picture on Saturday, showing her watching the Patriots' playoff game against Kansas City at Gillette Stadium.
Gronk, 26, helped lead the Patriots to a 27-20 victory against the Chiefs.
Instead, area hopefuls had to travel to audition cities like Pittsburgh, Boston, and Annapolis.
We believe that she will be exonerated of all charges once the investigation is completed." La Polt added ...
“This is a dream team,” Katy Perry said in an interview with Michael Strahan and Robin Roberts.
“I think there’s incredible, mutual respect, and everyone has their strengths and knows their different wheelhouses.” “This is the dream team.” The @American Idol judges team @Lionel Richie, @katyperry and @Luke Bryan Online unite on @GMA.
"A pro's pro, Rasual enjoyed a long, successful career and was widely respected by his peers and coaches.
We grieve with their loved ones during this difficult time."The Miami Heat added, "We are deeply saddened by the passing of Rasual Butler and his wife, Leah La Belle.
Our sincere condolences, thoughts and prayers go out to the family and many friends of Rasual and Leah. Lil bro #Sual Bop." Rasual is survived by a daughter from a previous relationship.
That story appears to line up with social media postings from the holidays.
On New Year's, Kostek posted a picture dressed to the nines in Miami.
The game was also monumental for Gronk since it cemented him as the NFL's all-time leader in postseason touchdown receptions by a tight end.