The reason of death of country artist Luke Bell has been disclosed.

The reason of death of country artist Luke Bell has been disclosed.

Luke Bell, 32, was discovered deceased in late August in Tucson, Arizona.

The reason of death for country music star Luke Bell has been disclosed.

According to an autopsy report acquired by Fox News Digital, Bell died as a result of a fentanyl overdose. The method of death was declared an accident.

The singer died in Tucson, Arizona, police revealed to Fox News Digital in August. He was 32.

According to the autopsy report, Bell was discovered lifeless by a passerby in a shaded section of a parking garage. There was also drug paraphernalia discovered.

The Pima County Medical Examiner's Office said in the report, "In consideration of the known circumstances surrounding this death, the available medical history, and the inspection of the remains, the cause of death is assigned to fentanyl intoxication." "The cause of death was an accident."

The reason of death of country artist Luke Bell has been disclosed.
Fentanyl overdose caused the death of 32-year-old Luke Bell. (Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for Tree Town Music Festival)

The Saving Country Music site reported Bell missing six days before his death. According to the publication, he went missing while on a vacation to Tucson with his close buddy and fellow country music artist Matt Kinman.

Kinman stated, "We came down here to Arizona to work and perform music, and he simply left. He was in the truck's rear. I went inside to fetch some food. When I came out, he'd gotten out of the truck and departed."

Bell was also diagnosed with bipolar illness, according to the site. Kinman verified to Saving Country Music in August that the Wyoming native had been discovered deceased not far from where he had gone missing in Tucson.

The reason of death of country artist Luke Bell has been disclosed.
Luke Bell, a country music artist, was discovered dead on August 29 after going missing on August 20. He was 32. (Photo by Rick Diamond/Getty Images for Tree Town Music Festival)

According to the source, Bell had previously gone while "hiding a significant struggle with bipolar disease that he eventually would never overcome." According to the website, he would "end up in hospitals or, at times, jailed."

Bell's health is said to have improved over the last year and a half as a result of medicine and treatment. Kinman, on the other hand, claimed that a recent adjustment in Bell's medicine may have led to his absence.

Following Bell's death, a number of celebrities paid homage to the singer on social media, emphasizing the importance of increased mental health awareness and assistance.

"Word just came down about Luke Bell's passing and we're saddened over the news," Mike and the Moonpies said in part on Facebook.

Bell's family also sent a statement to Fox News Digital, saying, "We have lost our dear son, brother, and friend, and we are sad."

"Luke had a kind heart, a roaming spirit, and a musical aptitude that he was able to share with us and the rest of the world," they continued.We are very grateful to Luke's friends and fans for supporting him and his music. We'd want to thank everyone of Luke's fans, friends, and family for sending tales and images of him having fun."

"Unfortunately, Luke had a mental illness that deteriorated when his father died in 2015." Luke was aided through his sickness by a network of caring family and friends.

"Despite this, he was unable to acquire the assistance he required to alleviate his agony." "Our hearts go out to the millions of individuals impacted by mental illness who, like us, know the heartbreaking disappointment of a system that constantly fails to deliver loving answers to those who suffer," the statement said.

Bell, who was born in Cody, Wyoming, first gained notoriety on the country music industry in 2014 with the release of his debut album "Don't Mind If I Do." He was signed to Thirty Tigers in 2016 and rose to prominence after releasing his self-titled second album later that year.

Bell has collaborated with Price, Alabama Shakes, and Langhorne Slim, as well as performed with Willie Nelson, Dwight Yoakam, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, and Hayes Carll, according to The Boot.

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