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Kellie Pickler’s in-laws issued a subpoena for their late son’s phone and text message records. They also want his email records and electronic footprints via cell phone tower pings.
The confusing data request brought by Kyle Jacobs’ parents who are the administrators of his estate, comes nine short months after the 49-year-old songwriter was found dead. The autopsy reports showed he died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. The suicide took place inside the home he shared with Kellie, in Nashville.
A Little Back Story Of Kellie Pickler And Kyle Jacobs
Kellie Pickler, who became famous on the fifth season of American Idol, was asleep inside their home at the time. She later found her deceased husband in an upstairs bedroom. She was absolutely devastated when Kyle committed suicide.
The couple met three years prior to getting married and bought their house just a year before tying the knot. Kyle made a name for himself by writing songs for country singers- Tim McGraw, Kelly Clarkson, Garth Brooks, and Darius Rucker.
Kellie has previously decided not to take over her late husband’s estate, thus leaving it to his parents to handle.
In the video below, you can see some of Kellie and Kyle’s best moments.
The autopsy back in February did in fact rule Kyle’s death, a suicide.
In a very shocking twist, Kyle’s parents recently filed court documents seeking a very long laundry list of data from the AT&T Subpoena Center and Apple’s law enforcement division. The court subpoena obtained documents that dated all the way back to January 1, 2021.
The subpoena request to AT&T stated, “All call originations, call termination, call attempts, voice, and text message transactions including push to talk, data communications, SMS and MMS communications, and voice communications.”
The document also requested, “Beginning and ending switch and cell site/tower identifiers for each call…”
Additionally, the demand from Apple was also very extensive because it seeks “all iCloud data,” along with his contacts associated with two of his email accounts.
“All records and information regarding locations where the account was accessed, including data stored in connection with location Services.” This also included, all videos and photographs.
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Court Documents Explained
The court documents explained that the requests are being made “to present evidence in a probate matter,” but, the exact details have not yet been released.
Kyle’s father, Reed K. Jacobs, 71, and his mother, Sharon, 70, and the law firm who represents the estate, have not returned any messages left by RadarOnline.com.
It is currently unknown if the subpoena request is related to Kyle’s song writing royalties or his writing copyrights.
What do you think of Kyle’s parents presenting a subpoena for all of his cell phone electronic files and footprints? Comment and let us know your thoughts.