Floyd Mayweather’s Ex Girlfriend Reportedly Died Of Accidental Fentanyl Overdose

The cause of death for Josie Harris, the former longtime girlfriend of boxing champion Floyd Mayweather, has been revealed.

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According to TMZ, her autopsy revealed that Harris died due to an accidental overdose of fentanyl. She was 40-years-old.

An autopsy was conducted, which included toxicology, and we're told the family has now been informed the official cause of death is listed as an accidental overdose. We spoke with Josie's attorney, Dan Friedlander, who issued a statement on behalf of the family. "The family is aware the medical examiner has released the report and they are thankful for the closure. Josie will be remembered as a truly kind and giving person and loving mother. She was loved and will be missed."

“The family is aware the medical examiner has released the report and they are thankful for the closure,” Harris’ family attorney Dan Friedlander said in a statement to TMZ. “Josie will be remembered as a truly kind and giving person and loving mother. She was loved and will be missed.”

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Harris was found unresponsive in her car in March outside of her home in Valencia, California.

Mayweather and Harris dated on-and-off from 1995 to 2010 and they have three children together, Koraun, Zion and Jirah.

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