Music icon Michael Jackson‘s protégé Charmayne Maxwell, most known for being signed to his label in the mid-1990’s, reportedly passed away heading into the weekend.

Details of the late Brownstone group member’s death surfaced online Sunday (March 1).

Charmayne Maxwell — part of the 90s R&B group Brownstone — died Friday night in L.A. after her husband found her bleeding from a cut to her neck … TMZ has learned. A family member tells us Charmayne had come home from her son’s soccer game, and was home alone with him. Later in the evening … around 9 PM her husband, music producer Carsten Soulshock, came home and found her unconscious and bleeding. (TMZ)

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Reports claim she passed away en route to a local Los Angeles hospital.

We’re told it looked like Charmayne had fallen and cut her neck on glass … she was bleeding profusely, but still had a pulse. Carsten called 911, and paramedics transported her to Cedars Sinai Hospital … but she had lost too much blood. We’re told she died on the way to the hospital.
LAPD went to the home … and tell us it was a broken wine glass that cut Charmayne’s neck. Detectives do not suspect foul play. (TMZ)

Brownstone’s Teisha paid homage to the late singer on social media this weekend.

Charmayne made a name for herself two decades ago as a signed artist on pop icon Michael Jackson’s MJJ Music record company.

Charmayne was one of the three original members of Brownstone, who were signed to Michael Jackson’s MJJ Music label in 1994. The group’s debut album, From the Bottom Up, spent 37 weeks on the Billboard album chart and was certified platinum. (BET)