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Hank Williams Jr.’s wife, Mary Jane Thomas, died of a collapsed lung after liposuction

Hank Williams Jr.'s wife, Mary Jane Thomas (pictured right), died of a collapsed lung a day after undergoing liposuction and having her breast implants removed in Florida.

The wife of country music icon Hank Williams Jr., Mary Jane Thomas, died of a collapsed lung just a day after undergoing liposuction and having her breast implants removed, a Florida coroner has revealed.

Former model Thomas, 58, underwent surgery, including liposuction on her back, arms and stomach, on March 21, TMZ reported.

She was found unresponsive in her hotel room at the Jupiter Beach Resort & Spa by her plastic surgeon the next day, according to the Palm Beach County medical examiner.

Her death, which was caused by an injury sustained during cosmetic surgery, was ruled an accident by the coroner.

Plastic surgeon Dr. Harold Bafitis, who performed the procedure, told investigators that she became responsive while she was sitting up in bed as he was about to check on her.

She was taken to a local hospital where she was pronounced dead.

Hank Williams Jr.'s wife, Mary Jane Thomas (pictured right), died of a collapsed lung a day after undergoing liposuction and having her breast implants removed in Florida.

Hank Williams Jr.’s wife Mary Jane Thomas (pictured right) died of a collapsed lung a day after undergoing liposuction and having her breast implants removed in Florida, it was confirmed on Monday.

Mary Jane Thomas' son Sam Williams, pictured together, wrote that he will always be Mary Jane Thomas' son: 'Love you forever'

Mary Jane Thomas’ son Sam Williams, pictured together, wrote that he will always be Mary Jane Thomas’ son: ‘Love you forever’

Her death, which was caused by a stab wound, was ruled an accident

Her death, which was caused by a stab wound, was ruled an accident

The news comes as a shocking blow to country music legend and Republican stalwart Hank Jr., who has four surviving children, two with Mary Jane, his third wife.

Hank and Mary first met in 1985 at one of his concerts in Washington and married in 1990. They had two children: a daughter, Katherine Williams-Dunning, and a son, Samuel Williams.

They broke up in 2007 but were able to work on their relationship and reconciled in 2011.

Mary Jane was Williams’ third wife. His first marriage was to Gwen Yeargain from 1971-77 and the former couple had one son, musician Hank Williams III.

Williams, 72, who was recently inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, is known for the song

Williams, 72, who was recently inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, is known for the song “All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight,” a version of which he played on Monday Night Football for more than 20 years. The couple is pictured in 2003

He was married to Becky White from 1977-83 and they had two children together, daughters Holly and Hilary Williams, both of whom pursued careers in the music industry.

Holly gave birth to a daughter named Stella June in December 2020 and is married to Chris Coleman.

Mary Jane and Hank Jr. they also have three grandchildren; two of their late daughters, Katie (Beau Weston Dunnings and Audrey Jane Dunnings), as well as a grandson, Sam, named Tennyson.

Her death continues a series of tragedies and controversies surrounding one of country music’s most famous families.

The couple’s daughter died in a car accident in Tennessee in 2020 when she lost control of the SUV she was driving.

Her husband, Tyler Dunning, was in the vehicle and survived the crash after being airlifted to a nearby hospital with serious injuries.

Their youngest son Sam, 24, later claimed in a YouTube video shared in February that he was in receivership filed by his father and half-sister Holly after Katie’s death, where Sam was hit hard by her loss.

During a silent, then-deleted video of him asking for help ending the injunction, he held up a series of signs with one in particular saying “I want out.”

“I have been silent for a long time. I want out of this and I don’t mind people knowing,” the caption of the video read.

Hank and Mary first met in 1985 at one of his concerts in Washington state and married in 1990;  seen in 1989

Hank and Mary first met in 1985 at one of his concerts in Washington state and married in 1990; seen in 1989

Hank Williams Jr.'s wife, Mary Jane Thomas (pictured right), died of a collapsed lung a day after undergoing liposuction and having her breast implants removed in Florida.

Hank Jr. is the son of legendary musician Hank Williams, widely regarded as one of the most influential artists in the country music genre; seen in 2003

“They took my grieving process, my spirit, my money, my car, my home and everything possible to ‘protect’ me. Well, I need protection from them.”

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He added: “Since my dear Katie went to the Home I have been working on my broken heart to let it go. I don’t deserve this. It’s a scary step, but I don’t see what else to do here.’

“I am ashamed and embarrassed for my family. I’m out. I have my soul back. Get. Me. Out. Please.’

While the video was deleted shortly after it was posted, TMZ confirmed that an emergency order was filed in August 2020, and there has been no further comment on the status of the injunction since then.

Hank Jr. is the son of legendary musician Hank Williams, who is widely regarded as one of the most influential artists in the country music genre.

The senior Williams died in 1953 at the age of 29, but he played such a pivotal role in transforming the western genre that the country songs he wrote decades earlier are still considered standards today.

Williams, 72, was recently inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and is known for the song All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight, a version of which was played on Monday Night Football for more than 20 years.

During an October 3, 2011 interview on Fox & Friends, Williams called the golf game where President Barack Obama and Republican Speaker of the House John Boehner teamed up against Vice President Joe Biden and Ohio Governor John Kasich one of the biggest political blunders of all time. ‘

When probed as to why the innocent 18-hole game bothered him so much, he said: ‘Come on. That would be like Hitler playing golf with Netanyahu… the way this country is?’

He went on to describe the president and vice president as “enemies” before comparing them to “three puppets”.

Sam, Hank Williams Jr.'s youngest son, posted a YouTube clip asking to be released from the conservatory his father and half-sister Holly placed him in.

Sam, Hank Williams Jr.’s youngest son, posted a YouTube clip asking to be released from the conservatory his father and half-sister Holly placed him in.

During a silent, since-deleted video of him asking for help ending the injunction, he held up a series of signs, one of which specifically said

During a silent, since-deleted video of him asking for help ending the injunction, he held up a series of signs, one of which specifically said “I want out”

When Gretchen Carlson remarked, “You used the name of one of the most hated people in the entire world to describe, I think, the president,” Williams responded, “Well, that’s true. But I’m telling you like it is.’

Due to his statements, ESPN pulled his song from this week’s Monday Night Football broadcast and replaced it with the national anthem.

He said his analogy was perhaps a little “extreme,” but he still had the utmost respect for the office of the president.

“Working class people are being hurt – and no one seems to care. When both sides are slogging it out on the ninth hole when everyone else is out of a job – it makes a lot of us angry. Something has to change. The policy must change,” he said in a statement at the time.

A few days later, ESPN responded that they had decided to officially “part ways” with Williams and would no longer play his song at the start of every Monday game.

Hank said it was his own decision to pull his song from the sports network: “After reading hundreds of emails, I made the decision. By pulling my editorial on October 3rd, you (ESPN) stepped on the toes of First Amendment freedom of speech, so me, my song, and all my rowdy friends are OUT OF HERE. It was a great run.’

Sam was with his father when Hank was inducted into Nashville's Country Music Hall of Fame in November 2021, three months before he revealed he was in the conservatory.

Sam was with his father when Hank was inducted into Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame in November 2021, three months before he revealed he was in the conservatory.

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