Kim Porter, who was born in Sean "Diddy" Combs for many years before the distribution in 2007 and was also the mother of three of her children, found out Thursday that she was dead in her home. She was 47 years old.
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Office has confirmed to people that the police have responded to a death investigation at 11:38 on Lake Toluca, California, where they found a woman who did not respond to a dwelling. (At the moment they can not confirm the deceased's name.)
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The cause of death is not specified at this time. According to the emergency call sent by TMZ, the call came as a heart failure. While it is still not clear what caused Parker's death, the source said that the week had suffered from pneumonia.
The rep for the rapper confirmed the TMZ Porter's death, saying: "Unfortunately, I can confirm the overtaking of Kim Porter. Please, at this time, give your families privacy."
The couple who began to walk in the 1990s had those children who were connected during their relationship: son Kristjan, 20 and 11 year old daughter D & # 39; Lila Star and Jessie James Combs.
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Porter and Combs broke up in 1999 and fought in court to support children for Christianity; Combs also dated Jennifer Lopez for two years before Porter resigned in 2003. The end of 2007 was split.
Combs is also the father of three extra children – sons Quincy Brown, 27, Justin, 24 and Chance Chance, 12 – sharing them with exes Mys Hylton-Brim and Sarah Chapman.
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"I have three girls, three guys and very kind, great people," Combs told PEOPLE in 2017 of his large family. "They have a lot of love in my heart. I am the happiest man in the world."
Despite the fact that Combs never marries, mothers give their children the majority of the loan. "I was genuinely blessed to have some exceptional, unbelievable relationships that these very strong, intelligent, beautiful black women gave these children to me," she says about her experiences. "The mothers of my children [are] my best friends. My hat is open to them. "