Marion Barber III Passed Away from A Heat Stroke, According to Officials!

According to officials, MARION BARBER III passed away from a heat stroke.

The full autopsy report, which TMZ Sports was able to obtain, states that Barber passed away after appearing to work out in “sauna-like conditions” at his apartment.

According to the records, Barber’s body was discovered in his home, where the heat was turned on and the thermostat was set at 91 degrees.

The location had workout equipment, according to the investigators, and Barber had a “history of exercising in sauna-like environments.”

The investigation states that no signs of trauma, drug abuse, or “clear evidence of natural disease detected” were found within Barber’s body.

Officers claim that before his death was found on June 1, Barber had not been seen for almost three weeks, according to a different Frisco Police Department incident report that was also acquired by TMZ Sports.

According to the documents, several persons informed the police that they attempted to contact Barber during the month of May because it seemed like there was a leak coming from his residence, but that none of their efforts were effective.

The documents state that on June 1, authorities broke into Barber’s apartment and discovered him dead in the main bedroom’s shower. They noticed that the guest bathroom’s tub had water streaming in it.

According to authorities, Marion Barber III, a former star for the Dallas Cowboys, passed away on Monday from heat stroke.

The Collin County Medical Examiner’s Office determined that Barber’s death was an “accident.”

Barber was discovered deceased by the Frisco Police Department in Texas on June 1 as we previously reported. Only 38 years old, he.

According to his lawyer Zoltan Papp, the former running back, who was selected by the Cowboys in the fourth round of the 2005 NFL Draft, had displayed no warning signs of trouble before his passing.

Papp claimed that in addition to starting a trucking business, Barber had spent a significant amount of the previous several years working to aid inner-city children and promote social justice.

Barber has a total of 4,780 running yards and 53 rushing touchdowns during the course of his seven seasons in the NFL — six with the Cowboys and one with the Bears.


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