Floyd Mayweather’s ex Josie Harris cause of death has been revealed to be an accidental overdose on Fentanyl and Xanax.
Josie’s death was ruled as accidental as there were no signs that she intended to take her own life.
The mother of three was found dead back in March in her car that was parked outside her home in Valencia, California. Officials said one of her kids found her in the vehicle in front of their property.
Police found no evidence of drugs or suicide, and officials didn’t find a suicide note written by Josie.
According to official records, The Los Angeles Medical Examiner-Coroner, determined 40-year-old Josie died of “MIXED DRUG TOXICITY (FENTANYL, ALPRAZOLAM).”
ALPRAZOLAM, which is a medicine used to treat anti-anxiety, is more commonly referred to by the brand name, Xanax.
Following her death, Floyd Mayweather took to his social media pages to pay tribute to the mother of three of his children. He posted throwback photos of the two and captioned them “My baby” and “sunshine.”
At the time of her death, Josie was headed to trial with Mayweather in a $20 million lawsuit. The two were scheduled to face off at trial on December 7, 2020.