Charmayne was at home alone with her son after returning from his soccer game. Later that night her husband, music producer Carsten “Soulshock” Schack, came home and found her unconscious and bleeding.
Los Angeles Police Detectives went by the home and indicated they did not suspect foul play. Charmayne had fallen backwards and cut her neck on a broken wine glass that she had been carrying. Because she fell backwards, it’s suspected that she knocked herself unconscious. She lost too much blood and died in route to Cedars Sinai Hospital.
Charmayne leaves behind her 11-year-old son, Nicolaj Hojer and her husband who was hired to work with Brownstone under Michael Jackson’s MJJJ Music label.
Brownstone’s biggest hit was, “If You Love Me,” which can be frequently heard gracing our throwback radio stations.
Charmayne, you will be missed but your body of work will forever live on. You’re a star in Heaven now shining so bright. Rest in Paradise!