George Foreman’s daughter, Freeda Foreman, has reportedly died by apparent suicide. She was 42.
Citing law enforcement sources, TMZ reported that Freeda was found unresponsive in her home near Houston, Texas, by a family member. The Harris County Sheriff’s Office confirmed in a statement to PEOPLE that officers were called to her home around 6:13 p.m. local time on Friday night.
“Atascocita EMS were at the home and determined the woman, Freeda George Foreman, was deceased,” police said. “Harris County Sheriff’s Office Homicide investigators also responded to the scene. Preliminary indications are that the cause of death is an apparent suicide. A final determination on the cause of death will be made by the Harris County Institute of Forensic Sciences.”
Reps for George did not immediately respond to PEOPLE’s requests for comment.
Although the two-time world heavyweight champion has yet to publicly comment on his daughter’s death, he tweeted Sunday morning about how “heaven send[s] so many wonders.”
“Heaven send so many wonders; too many to have questions about any one thing or event in my life. Lippizana colt just born on the ranch,” he wrote, alongside a photo of a newborn horse standing beside a fully grown horse.
The retired boxer owns a ranch in Marshall, Texas.
Heaven send so many wonders; too many to have questions about any one thing or event in my life. Lippizana colt just born on the ranch pic.twitter.com/H3qxSOrdwN— George Foreman (@GeorgeForeman) March 10, 2019
Taking after her father, Freeda began boxing professionally in 2000, and retired the next year with a record of 5-1, according to the Houston Chronicle.
She is survived by her husband, two daughters, three grandchildren, her parents and 11 siblings, according to TMZ.