Before her tragic passing last year, Naomi Judd left a heart-wrenching final note.

Purported images from the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office in Franklin, Tennessee exposed photographs of the legendary country singer’s final communication.

It was reported that the late Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter, who passed away from a self-inflicted gunshot wound at 76 years old, specified in her will that she did not want her 58-year-old daughter and singing partner Wynonna to attend the funeral service.

Naomi emphatically wrote on a yellow Post-It note, “Do not let Wy come to my funeral. She’s mentally ill”, underscoring the word ‘not’ for emphasis.

RadarOnline was the first to break the news of these images, which show a note attached to documents from the investigation. A yellow evidence identification marker is also visible in the picture.

According to a source, Wynonna did attend the memorial last year and showed her support for her sister, Ashley Judd at the “Naomi Judd: A River of Time Celebration” held in Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on May 15.

In another photo, the bed of Judd is painted with blood, and there lies a gun on his nightstand.

According to a police report, Naomi had requested her husband Larry Strickland -a musician- not leave her since he was away traveling at the time of her death, as revealed by Daily Mail.

Moreover, the report revealed that Ashley -54- was the first to uncover Naomi in her bed and consequently summon an ambulance.

With her mom exhibiting a manic state, the “Double Jeopardy” actress urgently contacted their family physician – Dr. Ted Klontz – right before her mother ended her life, as revealed in documents.

After attending to Naomi in her bedroom, the physician quickly left; it was only then that Ashley found her mother with a gunshot wound on her head.

Before her untimely passing at her Tennessee residence on April 30, 2022, the country music singer openly discussed her battle with mental health issues.

Weeks after her mother’s passing, Ashley courageously shared the depths of her grief in an interview with Diane Sawyer on “Good Morning America.”

The “Divergent” actress admitted her family was apprehensive to reveal how her mother had passed away before the news broke.

“There are some things that we would just like to retain as a family,” Ashley stated. “Both sister and Pop [stepfather Larry Strickland] have sort of deputized me in certain ways to speak on behalf of the family at this early time before things about the 30th of April become public without our control.”

“Once I say it, it cannot be unsaid,” Ashley wept loudly. “She used a weapon … my mother used a firearm. So, that’s the piece of information that we are very uncomfortable sharing, but understand that we’re in a position that if we don’t say it, someone else is going to.”

The Judd family refused to discuss the purported suicide note, but previously initiated a legal battle in an endeavor to stop details of Naomi’s ultimate moments from being revealed.

“I don’t know that we’ll be able to get the privacy we deserve … I do know that we’re not alone,” In a heart-wrenching essay, Ashley recounted. “We feel deep compassion for Vanessa Bryant and all families that have had to endure the anguish of a leaked or legal public release of the most intimate, raw details surrounding a death.”

Ashley expressed her aspiration that speaking candidly about her mother’s passing would motivate those who are struggling with mental health issues to seek assistance.

“My mother knew that she was seen and she was heard in her anguish, and she was walked home,” she stated.

She continued: “When we’re talking about mental illness, it’s very important to be clear and to make the distinction between our loved one and the disease. It’s very real, and it lies, it’s savage.”

Naomi neglected to provide her two daughters with any inheritance and instead assigned her husband as the administrator of her legacy.

The iconic singer who crooned “Love Can Build a Bridge” signed the document five years prior to her passing away, and was of sound mental capability with intact memorization when she affixed her name on the paperwork.

As they mourned the loss of their mother, Ashley and Wynonna issued a heartbreaking statement that read: “Today we sisters experienced a tragedy. We lost our beautiful mother to the disease of mental illness.”

“We are shattered. We are navigating profound grief and know that as we loved her, she was loved by her public. We are in unknown territory.”

The Judds have strongly opposed any form of media attention regarding their family’s misfortune.

Last December, the family discontinued their lawsuit against the police department to prevent the public release of visuals depicting Naomi’s passing and keep confidential the investigation report.

“Those who are victims of losing a loved one to suicide shouldn’t be re-victimized again,” the Judds said in a statement.

Wynonna isn’t stopping any time soon, as she continues her “The Judds: Final Tour” with a plethora of live concerts. You can expect stars like Brandi Carlile and Tanya Tucker to be in attendance through the 25th of February!