Naomi Judd’s troubled granddaughter Grace Kelly, 25, was PREGNANT in prison before the icon’s tragic death.

Naomi Judd’s troubled granddaughter Grace Kelly was pregnant in prison before the icon’s tragic death, reports Kristen Bell Tattoos.

Grace, 25, was arrested on August 28, 2021 for violating probation related to a 2016 methamphetamine arrest and was being held at the Williamson County Jail in Tennessee.



Naomi Judd’s granddaughter Grace Kelly got pregnant while behind barsCredit: Tennessee Department of Corrections.
Naomi passed away in May from suicide.


Naomi passed away in May from suicide.Credit: Mega agency

Wynonna Judd and Arch Kelly’s daughter was transferred to the Debra K. Johnson Rehabilitation Center, a prison for women inmates located in Nashville, where she remains until her release on March 16, 2024.

Court documents obtained exclusively by Kristen Bell Tattoos show that a Tennessee judge granted her request for leave due to her pregnancy on March 25, 2022.

Court documents read: “Having received the court’s request for an affirmative sentence for the Tennessee Department of Corrections to consider the defendant’s pregnancy leave, the court hereby approves that request.”

“She was excited”

Grace’s cellmate, Florence Fort, has exclusively confirmed to Kristen Bell Tattoos that the famous granddaughter is waiting behind bars.

Naomi's granddaughter Judd Grace is NOT coming out of jail for her funeral
Wynonna's daughter Judd Grace has been released on parole from an eight-year prison sentence.

Kristen Bell Tattoos confirmed to a Williamson County Jail clerk that Florence was in the same facility as Grace from August to October 2021.


Florence, who owns Flo’s Housekeeping, said: “Grace got pregnant when she was released on parole. When I was with her in prison, she was pregnant.

“She chose a name for her child. She was excited.”


Florence went on to say that Grace’s famous mom, Wynonna, seemed to support the pregnancy despite their previously separated relationship.

She claimed, “She called Winona all the time. She talked a lot with her mother. We even gave her a baby shower in jail and her mom called in the middle of it.”

Florence claimed that baby Grace’s father was also currently incarcerated.

Kristen Bell Tattoos cannot confirm if Grace has given birth to her child, although this is likely based on the timeline.

On Grace’s Facebook page, she had a bump in a mirror selfie while wearing a tight black shirt.

She also donned a baggy light pink t-shirt in a separate shot.

Both photos were released just days before her arrest in August.

Grace’s lawyer declined to comment, and a representative for Wynonna did not respond to Kristen Bell Tattoos.

She has a parole hearing scheduled for December 2022.


As Kristen Bell Tattoos previously reported, Grace was arrested on April 30, 2020 for violating probation in a 2016 methamphetamine case and sentenced to eight years in prison.

At a hearing on April 19, 2021, she was granted parole and was released as she was ordered to report to Murfreesboro’s Probation and Parole Office.

A spokesperson for the Tennessee Parole Board previously told Kristen Bell Tattoos of her hearing: “The board made a final decision on April 22, 2021, recommending that she be released on parole with post-release conditions.”

Conditions included drug treatment, referral after drug treatment, and random drug testing.

The spokesperson explained, “Her home plan must be approved by the Tennessee Department of Corrections, then a parole certificate will be issued, and then the Tennessee Department of Corrections will direct her return to the community.”

But, unfortunately, in August of the same year, she was arrested for parole violation.


Legal trouble began when Grace was arrested on June 14, 2016 and pleaded guilty to manufacturing, supplying, selling and possessing methamphetamine in a Williamson County court in Tennessee on May 26, 2017.

She was also charged with manufacturing and delivering methamphetamine in Maury County and pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of possession of methamphetamine.

Grace was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days of probation. The Williamson County and Maury County charges ran concurrently with each other.

The sentence was to be served on probation after serving 30 days behind bars.

Grace was released from the Williamson County Detention Center on June 16, 2017, and she continued to serve her sentence in a court-ordered drug enforcement program.

Then in 2018, she was sentenced to eight years in a West Tennessee State Penitentiary for violating her probation when she absconded from the 21st Restorative Court Program.

Grace was released from prison five years early on November 8, 2019 after she was granted parole from her eight-year sentence.


Wynonna, 57, opened up about her daughter’s legal troubles in February 2020.

She said to The pursuit! with John Rich: “I’ll tell you this. My daughter is the strongest female Judd in our “history”.

“She is healthier than I was at 23. How did she get there – I would not have gone like that, but I was also sequestered.

She continued to grow up on the tour bus with her mom Naomi: “I was on the bus with my mom. It’s hard to get into trouble. It could have been me if I didn’t have music.”

Winona and Grace have had a rocky relationship over the years.

In 2013, Wynonna’s 54-year-old sister, actress Ashley, was granted temporary custody of Grace.

Wynonna is also the mother of son Elijah, 27, with ex-husband Ark.


According to her daughters Winona and Ashley, Naomi passed away on April 30 at the age of 76 from mental illness.

Winona and Ashley shared their mother’s death on Twitter, writing: “Today we sisters experienced a tragedy. We lost our beautiful mother due to mental illness.

“We are broken. We are deeply saddened and we know that just as we loved her, the audience loved her. We are in unknown territory.”

Ashley later revealed in an interview with Good Morning America that she committed suicide.

The announcement of the demise came the day before The Judds were to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame at a ceremony.

Winona and Ashley attended the ceremony and accepted the honor on behalf of their mother.

The mother-daughter performers have recorded 14 No. 1 songs in their almost thirty-year career.

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Rising to the top of country music, they went out of business in 1991 after Naomi was diagnosed with hepatitis.

Judd hits included “Love Can Build a Bridge” in 1990, “Mom He’s Crazy” in 1984, “Why Not Me” in 1984, “Let Him Go” in 1988, “Girls Night Out” in 1985, ” Rockin’ With the Rhythm of the Rain” in 1986 and “Grandpa in 1986.

In a photo taken in August, just days before her arrest, she has a bump.


In a photo taken in August, just days before her arrest, she has a bump.Credit: Grace Kelly/Facebook


Grace was “excited” about the pregnancy and asked for a release from prison, which was approved by the judge.Credit: Grace Kelly/Facebook
Grace has been in and out of jail on drug charges.


Grace has been in and out of jail on drug charges.Credit: Tennessee Department of Corrections.

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