Josie Harris, the mother to three of Floyd Mayweather's children, has reportedly died at 40


Floyd Mayweather‘s ex-girlfriend Josie Harris was reportedly pronounced dead Tuesday night after police found her unresponsive in a car outside of her California home, officials told TMZ.

The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department responded to Harris’ house in Valencia around 9:30 p.m. local time where they found the 40-year-old unresponsive in her parked vehicle.

According to the outlet, Harris was pronounced dead at the scene and police do not suspect any foul play.

The case is being treated as an “active death investigation,” a reporter for The Athletic confirmed with the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Josie Harris
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The Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department and a rep for Mayweather did not immediately return PEOPLE’s requests for comment.

Harris and the former boxing champion, 43, share three children together — sons Koraun, 20, and Zion, 18, and 15-year-old daughter Jirah.

The estranged couple’s relationship was tumultuous — in 2010, Mayweather was sentenced to 90 days in prison on a domestic violence charge against Harris, USA Today reported.

Harris told the outlet she was abused by the athlete on “six occasions.”

Years later, Mayweather denied the abuse allegations during an interview with Katie Couric, sparking Harris to sue the athlete for $20 million for defamation, The Washington Post reported at the time. The next court date in the case was set for December 2020, according to The Blast.