The mom of boxing legend Floyd Mayweather‘s kids has been found dead in California, in accordance with experiences. Josie Harris, who was Mayweather’s longtime girlfriend, died Monday evening, in accordance with TMZ, which reported that the 40-year-old girl was found in her automobile at her residence in the city of Valencia.

“She was pronounced dead at the scene,”” TMZ reported. “We’re told there does not appear to be any foul play and the case is being treated as a death investigation as opposed to a homicide probe.”

The two have a tumultuous historical past, although there was no quick indication that had something to do with Harris’ demise.

Harris claimed to have been bodily abused by Mayweather a minimum of six instances earlier than the final brutal beating she obtained by him in September of 2010. That abuse was witnessed by their then-15-year-old son, Koraun. Mayweather spent 60 days in jail for that offense.

The former couple has three kids collectively.

Even although the couple was aside on the time of the altercation, that they had argued violently after the boxing champ had heard rumors about Harris courting one other man. Harris, the mom of three of Mayweather’s 4 kids, had argued with him earlier that September night. When police had been summoned, the boxer exited the premises. Hours later, at about four a.m. when Harris had fallen asleep on her sofa, Mayweather returned with an affiliate. Koraun, who was awake on the time, went to the door and noticed it was his dad. Mayweather insisted that the kid let him into the house and he did.

Harris was allegedly woke up by Mayweather shouting and yanking her hair. During the heated altercation between his mother and father at Harris’ Las Vegas residence, Koraun stated his father instructed him to go to his room, lock the door and never budge. But Koraun, who was then 11 years outdated on the time and stated he had seen his father abuse his mom earlier than, stated he tried to go for assist however was stopped by Mayweather’s affiliate.

That led Koraun to publicly denounce his father as a “coward.”

A few years after the bodily abuse, Harris downplayed being crushed by Mayweather.

“Shit happens. I’m not mad at him at all,” he informed TMZ again in 2012. “I love Floyd to death.  Floyd loves his kids and is a great father. He would never do anything like that again … I’m sorry the situation happened … now we will just progress and start over and move forward together.”

Mayweather has maintained his innocence regardless of his conviction for it.

“Did I kick, stomp, and beat someone? No, that didn’t happen,” he informed Katie Couric throughout an interview in 2015. “Did I restrain a woman that was on drugs? Yes, I did. So if they say that’s domestic violence, then, you know what? I’m guilty. I’m guilty of restraining someone.”

Harris spoke completely in 2013 with NewsOne’s sister web site Madame Noire to debate sure complexities of their relationship.

That identical 12 months, Harris claimed Mayweather was dishonest on Shantel Jackson, who on the time was his off-again fiancée, with seven different ladies.

Then, in 2015, Harris sued him for $20 million in damages for defamation, intentional infliction of emotional misery and negligent infliction of emotional misery.

Mayweather’s abuse to Harris was one among seven assaults that the then-highest-earning athlete in sports activities allegedly dedicated towards 5 completely different ladies, every ensuing in him being arrested or issued a quotation. That contains Jackson, who in 2014 filed a civil lawsuit towards Mayweather together with allegations of battery, false imprisonment and claims that he pointed a gun at her.

In 2017, Harris mirrored on her relationship with Mayweather.

“I was a battered woman. I felt embarrassed about saying I was a battered woman. I felt shame. I felt like it was my fault. What did I do? I didn’t understand what a battered woman was at that time,” Harris informed USA Today in an interview. “Now I know I was in a very dysfunctional, hostile relationship and a victim of domestic violence.”

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