Hudson Madsen, who was also Quentin Tarantino’s godson in the films “Reservoir Dogs” and “Kill Bill,” passed away, and his father Michael Madsen, and the rest of his family are “absolutely overcome with grief and sadness” over his passing.

Michael Madsen described the situation as “absolutely overcome with grief and sadness.”

The Department of the Medical Examiner for the City and County of Honolulu has concluded that a gunshot wound was the cause of death of the 26-year-old citizen of Oahu.

According to Charlotte Carter, who is in charge of supervising the investigation, the death certificate for Madsen lists the cause of death as “suicide.”

According to Carter, the agency does not make public announcements regarding the dates when individuals pass away; nevertheless, a comprehensive autopsy report will be made available to the public in approximately four months.

Madsen’s attorney announced that the actor is in good spirits and is spending his time with his children. Meanwhile, the actor’s wife is in Hawaii arranging travel arrangements.

“I am in astonishment because my son, whom I just spoke with a few days ago, expressed happiness – my final text from him was ‘I love you, dad,’” Madsen wrote in a statement to The New York Times.

“I am in shock because my son, whom I only spoke with a few days ago, expressed happiness.”

“From what I could see, there were no signs of hopelessness to be found.” It’s quite sad and upsetting to think about. He went on by saying, “I’m simply trying to make sense of it and comprehend what took place.”

Hudson had just ended his first tour in the United States Army, where he served as a sergeant and was stationed in Hawaii.

He also mentioned that things were “doing fine” with his marriage. According to posts that Hudson and his wife, Carlie, made on their own social media accounts, Hudson traveled to Afghanistan.

According to Madsen, even though he struggled with typical life concerns like finances, “he desired a family.” It’s incredible to imagine that he was contemplating his future at the time. “I’m not entirely clear what took place.”

The actor, who is 64 years old, revealed that he had demanded a comprehensive investigation by the military.

He believes that other officers and ranks “shamed” his son when he filed for needing counseling, which forced him to stop seeking help for mental health issues that he had previously kept hidden.

In a statement that was sent to the media on Tuesday, the Madsen family said that “the loss of Hudson has left us crushed and overwhelmed with grief and pain.”

“Everyone who knew him and loved him will remember the memories and light he brought into their lives. During this trying time, we would appreciate it if you could please respect us and give us some privacy.

His wife, his father, his mother, DeAnna, as well as his brothers and sisters Christian, Calvin, Max, and Luke, are among those who are left behind after the passing of Hudson Madsen.