About Grace’s Release
Grace was released from prison five years early in November 2019 after she was granted parole. Interestingly, she appeared healthy in her parole mugshot last year at the Tennessee Department of Corrections.
In February 2020, The Sun revealed Grace’s parole mugshot, where she looked healthy and alert compared to her past images on drug-related arrests.
Grace Kelley Pleaded Guilty to Drug Charges
Grace began her former eight-year sentence on March 5, 2017, after probation by absconding from a recovery court program. And in May 2017, she pleaded guilty to meth manufacture, delivery sale, and possession with intent in Williamson County Court in Tennessee. She was charged for these offenses in Maury County and pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of possession of meth.
Grace Kelley Arrest Record
Grace’s incessant arrests started in December 2015 when she was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in jail. Luckily, the sentence was suspended, and was to be served on probation after completing 30 days behind bars.
Wynonna Judd Speaks Out
Wynonna, 55, had a thing to tell the general public about her daughter’s legal troubles for the first time since she was granted her early release. Wynonna said her daughter is the ‘strongest Judd woman’.
In her words, she said on The Pursuit! with John Rich: “I will tell you this. My daughter is the strongest Judd woman in our history. She’s healthier than I was at 23. How she got there – I would not go that way, but I was also sequestered. I was on a bus with my mother. Kind of hard to get in trouble. That could have been me if I didn’t have music.”
About Wynonna Judd
The Country music star, Wynonna Judd rose to fame in the 1980s as one half of the mother-daughter act, The Judds. She and her mom Naomi made songs together that became number one hits in the late ’80s and were considered to be among the biggest country stars in the world at the time.
Although things started to go south for Wynonna after The Judds disbanded in 1991, she launched a solo career and managed to stay in the spotlight for a few more years.