So Sad, Stevie Wonder’s Fiancee Revealed Horrific Tragedy Of Her 2Yr Old Son

Posted On : April 18, 2017

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ILOSM fam’ we always say that we just never know what celebs are dealing with behind the scenes, but in this case it’s about the woman beside the celeb,’ who has gone through some horrific tragedy- Stevie Wonder’s fiancee’, Tomeeka Bracy.

Before we get into her heartbreak, we’d first like to extend a warm congrats to Stevie (67) and Tomeeka (42) on the recent announcement of their upcoming June 17, 2017 wedding.

Now let’s discuss the extremely heartbreaking tragedy Tomeeka revealed about her son. Stevie and Tomeeka share two young children together; Stevie also has seven prior kids and Tomeeka has three more kids from her previous marriage to Terry Lee Junior Fair. One of her three children is deceased and that is her son, Izaiah Lee Anthony Fair, who passed away at 2 years old.

Details On How Tomeeka’s Son Passed Away

Tomeeka was 31 when she lost her son in 2005, due to a freak accident that could have happened to any child. Izaiah sadly died after accidentally falling from she and Terry’s third floor apartment window:

The news report via Izaiah’s tribute site: ‘City police spokesman Jim Shelhorse said the boy fell backward through an open, screened window. He didn’t have to climb to reach it because it was 8 inches from the floor, Shelhorse said. The child’s mother, Tomeeka Bracy, was in the kitchen cooking when she heard the blinds moving in Izaiah’s room, Shelhorse said. She rushed to check on him, only to find him on the ground outside. The mother, 31, had one of Izaiah’s sisters run to the management office to call 911 while she rushed downstairs to the child, who suffered severe head and facial injuries. She picked up Izaiah and was holding him when police and rescue workers arrived a short time later. Shelhorse said police checked the apartment and found no wrongdoing on the mother’s part. “It appears to have been just a horrible, tragic accident,” Shelhorse said.’

Tomeeka has dealt with the gut wrenching pain of losing her child, by creating her own online tribute website for Izaiah, where she can go and journal her sorrow, beautiful memories of her son, and regrets at any given time….


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