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George Foreman’s Daughter Commits an Alleged Suicide

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Over the weekend, George Foreman, and the rest of the family were on the receiving end of some very shocking news.

As it appears, Foreman’s daughter, Freeda Foreman, died over the weekend. The 42-year-old woman is suspected of taking her own life, TMZ reports. According to the media news outlet, police officials have everything they need in order to conclude the cause of death was an apparent suicide.

However, the Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office in Texas is saying that the final cause of death will be determined by an official coroner, at a later date. Though, given the clues left behind at the scene, officials suspect that FF suffered from an obvious hanging.

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

Growing up, Freeda was a boxer just like her father was. However, her career did not last long, compared to her father’s time in the ring. Freeda is said to have only participated in six matches. Of those six matches, Freeda won 5, before retiring for good.

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