New details about Freeda Foreman's tragic, sudden death have been revealed. RadarOnline.com can exclusively report the daughter of boxing legend George Foreman died of asphyxiation after hanging herself in an apparent suicide.
Harris County police officials told Radar exclusively that Freeda was discovered hanging in a closet in her Houston, Texas, home on March 9. She was 42 years old.
The two-time heavyweight champion posted a heartbreaking tribute following her passing, writing on Twitter that this would be his "first Sunday in 42 years" without her.
"Daddy I want to box, 'Get an Education first' I said, well she Brought The bacon home (degree) 2 kids 3 grands (husband)," George, 70, wrote. "She's with her maker now. 10 kids forever. Just 1 more day I wanted okay 1 more year aw 1 more decade."
A family member reportedly discovered Freeda's body.
"She was unresponsive by the time we got to the scene," a police official told Radar.
Freeda had aspirations to be a boxer, but her father reportedly paid her to quit, as he hated to watch her fight.
She is survived by her famous father, two children, three grandchildren and husband.
An autopsy is currently pending.
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