Adam Levine has offered to pay the funeral expenses of Christina Grimmie.
The Maroon 5 lead singer was the coach of the late 22-year-old promising artist during her stint at “The Voice” in 2014 wherein she finished third, behind Josh Kaufman (winner) and Jake Worthington (runner up).
On Friday, the YouTube star was allegedly gunned down by 27-year-old Kevin James Loibl of St. Petersburg, Florida at her concert, the Orlando Police told CNN.
However, despite naming the suspect behind Christina Grimmie’s death, the police reportedly did not elaborate further on his background and the possible motive.
Meanwhile, the report noted that Loibl, armed with two handguns, two loaded magazines and a large hunting knife, drove all the way to Orlando from his hometown “apparently to commit the crime.” After doing so, he allegedly “had plans to travel back to where he came from,” as relayed by police Chief John Mina.
Mina pointed out that “investigators were going through the man’s computer, phone and other belongings to see whether they can find information about a motive.”
Accordingly, the initial result of the investigation says that there is no evidence that Christina Grimmie and her alleged attacker knew each other.
In the suspect’s home, a note was posted on the door saying, “Deepest sorrow for lost (sic) to the family, friends and fans of the very talented, loving Christina Grimmie. No other comments.”
In the meantime, Christina Grimmie’s brother seemed to be the most affected of her death especially that it happened in front of him.
“Christina was more than my sister,” he wrote on Facebook. “She was a partner in life.”
“A superstar. A goofball. Introverted. And a friend to everyone. Genuinely,” Marcus said about the late Christina Grimmie. “But above all…she was my baby sister.”
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