Jaclyn Hill’s ex-husband Jon Hill cause of death revealed
Jon Hill, the ex-husband of beauty influencer Jaclyn Hill, cause of death revealed. Instagram / jaclynhill

A Los Angeles County medical examiner revealed the cause behind the mysterious death of Jon Hill, the ex-husband of beauty influencer Jaclyn Hill.

According to the coroner’s report, Hill died of fentanyl intoxication.

Methamphetamine was also found in his system after he died on a sidewalk on August 10, 2022 — just days before his 34th birthday, according to People.

A representative for the Los Angeles County Department of Medical Examiner-Coroner had told Page Six in August that autopsy results would take “months.”

Makeup guru Jaclyn Hill called the drummer, whose real name is Andrew Jonathan Hill, “the most kind & compassionate person” she’s ever known in her touching tribute days after his death.

“I can’t believe this day has actually come. I am so out of my mind right now, I don’t know how I’m even going to type this. But I’m going to try,” the 32-year-old wrote on Instagram.

“Jon, you were the most kind & compassionate person I’ve ever known. You looked people in the eyes & you truly listened & cared about what they had to say,” she went on.

“You had so much talent you didn’t even know what to do with it. You turned your pain into art & touched so many people with your honesty in your music.”

The Jaclyn Hill Cosmetics founder then spoke about her late ex-husband’s humor, saying she will “forever miss” that about him.

The pair tied the knot back in 2009 before their romance ultimately crumbled in 2018.

Jon had previously spoken out about his battle with drug addiction, telling Billboard in 2019 that it was the catalyst in his split from Jaclyn.

“During our third year of marriage, it got to a point where I was having seizures because I was on so much stuff,” he told the outlet at the time. “I started breaking out in hives. So it became noticeable that something was wrong.”

Shay Mooney of "Dan & Shay" announced on Friday his third child was born on Jan. 17, 2023.
Shay Mooney of "Dan & Shay" announced on Friday his third child was born on Jan. 17, 2023. Instagram: Shay Mooney

Shay Mooney, of country duo Dan + Shay, announced the exciting arrival of his third child, sharing a sweet snap of his wife Hannah Love Mooney with their newborn son on Friday.

The Grammy winner, who already shares sons Asher, 5, and Ames, 2, with Hannah, revealed that they’ve named their third son, who was born Tuesday, Abram Shay.

“Abram Shay Mooney 1/17/23. Grateful doesn’t begin to cover it,” he captioned the video, which showed him holding his son while singing the hit Dan + Shay song “When I Pray for You.”

Meanwhile, Hannah shared the same video on her Instagram, writing, “First song sang to the newest family member… Abram Shay, you’re so loved and so prayed over, baby boy. Thankful for all that God has done for us this week. 1/17/23.”

The couple announced Hannah’s pregnancy in August when they shared a video asking their sons if they wished for another brother or a sister the third time around.

“Do you remember when Mommy told you they were going to call us this week and tell us if we’re having a boy or girl? Do you think you’re going to have a baby brother or a baby sister?” Hannah asked Asher.

“I wanted a baby sister, so it’s a baby sister,” Asher responded, before Hannah asked if he would be sad if it was another boy.

“Yes, because I want a sister,” Asher replied, before Ames chimed in to echo his brother’s thoughts.

Ames does appear to take the news well when Hannah tells him she’s expecting another boy.

It comes as Shay opened up about his impressive fitness journey, revealing he lost a whopping 50 pounds.

Sharing shirtless before-and-after photos on Instagram earlier this month, the singer wrote, “Consistency. I changed my entire world in 6 months. No gimmicks or fads. Just consistency.”

“If that tired guy on the left can do it so can you. ,” he added.

Mooney previously wrote on the social media platform that he decided to shed some pounds after “not recognizing” himself anymore.

He said the weight loss journey helped him to feel “more alive” than ever.