Updated at 10:50 PM CST.
Reports coming out of Nashville this evening are that country singer Mindy McCready has died from a self-inflicted gunshot. A statement from the family is currently pending; however, four separate sources have confirmed the news to reporter Stacy McCloud.
Her body was found at her home located at 1132 Fox Chase Drive in Herber Springs, Arkansas; neighbors reported hearing multiple gunshots. Law enforcement found the bodies of McCready and her dog on the front porch with the weapon near the singer's body.
Just last week, McCready, 37, was released into outpatient treatment after being committed for mental health and alcohol issues. Her immediate family and friends believed the involuntary commitment, which resulted in her loss of custody of her children, was the necessary catalyst to push her to get help for her issues.
The singer suffered a devastating loss in January when her boyfriend, David Wilson, committed suicide. Wilson was the father of McCready's nine-month-old son, Zayne.
McCready was also the mother to six-year-old son Zander.
McCready, who was an American country music singer, was born on Nov. 30, 1975. She recorded five studio albums, including her debut album Ten Thousand Angels back in 1996. McCready gained notoriety back in 2008 when her relationship with Roger Clemens was made public.
This story continues to develop.