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Floyd Mayweather ‘Cooperative’ In Probe Of Friends’ Murder-Suicide, Cops Confirm

Floyd Mayweather police suicide Earl Hayes

Dec. 11 2014, Updated 5:51 p.m. ET

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Floyd Mayweather told police what he saw and heard on a FaceTime chat as rapper Earl Hayes killed his wife, a VH1 star, and then shot himself to death Monday, RadarOnline.com has learned.

Hayes, 34, died from a single gunshot to his head, which has been ruled a suicide, Los Angeles County Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter told Radar.

Stephanie Moseley’s autopsy, completed Thursday morning, found she suffered “multiple gunshot wounds” and her death was a homicide, Winter said.

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“A large amount of marijuana” was found stashed in the luxury apartment where the couple lived and died, an investigator who was inside the Los Angeles home told Radar.

Mayweather “was cooperative” with Los Angeles Police homicide detectives in a meeting Wednesday, the LAPD says. Investigators revealed little on the record, saying it “will remain confidential.”

Although investigators “have determined the actual circumstances that resulted in these two deaths,” detectives are still interviewing people who may be able to add details, the LAPD said.

Hayes and Moseley were friends with Mayweather. He was part of Mayweather’s “Money Team,” a luxury lifestyle brand that boasts affiliations with billionaire investor Warren Buffet and Justin Bieber.

Moseley’s Twitter and Instagram feeds include several photos of her with Mayweather, including one with a huge pile of $100 bills in front of them.

Moseley, 30, was best known as a dancer on the VH1 cheerleader drama Hit the Floor, but she also toured as a dancer with Britney Spears, Janet Jackson and several other major performers.

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