Late 'AGT' Winner Neal Boyd Also Suffered Kidney Failure & Liver Disease, Coroner Reveals

Jun. 11 2018, Updated 4:16 p.m. ET

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RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal more details about the sudden death of America's Got Talent winner Neal E. Boyd.

As Radar previously reported, Boyd suffered from a heart condition that led to his passing.

However, the Scott County Coroner in the opera singer's native Missouri told Radar, a host of other health problems also contributed to his death.

"Neal had many health issues, including heart failure, kidney failure, and liver disease," Coroner Scott Amick claimed.

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The 42-year-old passed away on Sunday, June 10, at his mother's Missouri home around 6:30 pm.

"Given all of Neal's medical problems, there was no reason to do an autopsy," Amick told Radar.

In 2017, Boyd was involved in a terrible car accident after he reportedly blacked out behind the wheel.

The wreck left both the star and his mother badly injured.

He won season three of AGT in 2008.

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