Josie Harris – No Evidence Of Suicide Or Overdose In Death Of Floyd Mayweather’s Children’s Mother
New updates have surface surrounding the death of Josie Harris, the mother of Floyd Mayweather’s three children. According to reports, there was no evidence of a suicide or drug overdose involving the 40-year-old mother’s death.
Reportedly, one of Jose Harris’ children actually found her in her car and noticed she was unresponsive. An autopsy will be done and may provide more clarity surrounding her tragic passing.
As previously reported, Josie Harris was found in her car on March 10th in Valencia.
She shared three children Koraun Mayweather, Zion Mayweather, and Jirah Mayweather, with Floyd Mayweather.
Their children reacted to her passing on social media by changing their profile photos and sharing a throwback photo of them as children.
They each shared a throwback photo of them and their parents.
Floyd Mayweather also posted a series of photos sharing his condolences.
Josie Harris and Floyd Mayweather reportedly dated from 1995 until 2010. In 2010 he was accused of physically attacking Josie Harris in front of their children. In 2011 he was sentenced to 90 days in the county jail for battery upon Harris. Mayweather reached a deal with prosecutors in which he pleaded guilty to misdemeanor battery in exchange for prosecutors dropping the felony battery charge. Mayweather also pleaded no contest to two counts of misdemeanor harassment, stemming from threats to his children.
Continued prayers for Josie Harris’s family and loved ones!