Tamla Horsford

A 40-year-old mother-of-5 who died at an adult slumber party in Forsyth County, GA, wanted to go home on the night she died.

Tamla Horsford was found dead in the backyard of a home in North Forsyth County on Nov. 4, 2018. The medical examiner and Georgia Bureau of Investigation ruled the cause of death was multiple blunt force trauma from an accidental fall off a residential deck.

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Tamla Horsford

Tamla Horsford, of Cumming, GA, died from massive internal injuries, according to the medical examiner's report released by the Fulton County Sheriff's office on Friday.

Horsford, a 40-year-old mother of six, died on Nov. 4, 2018 after attending a "football moms" sleepover at the home of a friend in Cumming, GA. Her death was ruled an accident at a Feb. 20 press conference by Major Joe Perkins, head of the sheriff's major case unit.

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Tamla Horsford

The Forsyth County Sheriff's Department issued an update on the Tamla Horsford case after questions were raised on social media about the lack of progress in the investigation into her death.

Horsford, 40, died on November 4, 2018 after attending an overnight "football moms" slumber party with 7 women at a home in Forsyth County, GA.

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Tamla Horsford

The lawyer representing a Cumming, GA homeowner who hosted a sleepover where a Black woman died in November has released a statement.

Tamla Horsford, 40, died on November 4, 2018 while attending a "football moms" sleepover with 7 women at a home in Forsyth County, a predominantly white area notorious for its racist past.

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Tamla Horsford

Unanswered questions surround the mysterious death of a Black mother-of-5 who was found beaten to death after attending a "football moms" sleepover with 7 white women and 3 men at a home in Forsyth County, GA.

Tamla Horsford, 40, of Cumming, GA, was found face down in a yard after she attended a football moms sleepover on November 4.

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