Freeda Foreman, daughter of former boxer George Foreman, dies at 42

Freeda Foreman, daughter of former boxer George Foreman, dies at 42

Family members reportedly found her unresponsive. An autopsy is pending.

Freeda, one of Big George's 7 daughters followed him in his footsteps, beginning to box professionally as a middleweight beginning in 2000.

Foreman's daughter leaves behind a husband, two daughters, three grandchildren, 11 siblings, and her parents.

Foreman posted a message Sunday night on Twitter, saying it was his first Sunday in 42 years without his daughter.

She has also taken appeared in a number of TV documentaries including Relatively Speaking: George Foreman in 2002 and Beyond the Glory and 10 Things Every Guy Should Experience in 2004. "10 kids forecer Just 1 more day I wanted okay 1 more year aw 1 more decade".

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In his social media note, the 70-year-old Foreman mourned the first Sunday without her. Investigators said there was no suspicion of foul play.

On Monday, TMZ reported that she is believed to have died by suicide. Although there are some reports that her death was caused by suicide, those reports have not been confirmed.

"I am so sorry George-you have my deepest condolences", wrote another.

"Once somebody gives you the direction, you have everything you need to get the job done", she said in a 2001 radio interview. In the years after her boxing career ended, she worked as a boxing promoter and served as executive director of the George Foreman Youth and Community Center.

"But I do have his love and support".

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