The audio of a 911 called placed by Chris Bosh and his wife Adrienne after his masseuse collapsed and died at their house has been released.
The Miami Heat star tells the operator that 41-year-old Chautele Cooksey’s “wasn’t feeling well”.
He says, ‘I need a doctor here at my house. A guest of mine isn’t feeling well,” adding she “had passed out a couple of times.”
Adrienne soon takes over and adds, “I don’t know if she is stable, we need someone to come….She can’t breathe, something weird is going on. Oh my God, I don’t know…Oh my God. Something’s happening, I don’t know. Is she breathing?”
Paramedics arrived at Bosh’s home and took the woman to a South Florida hospital where she died on Monday night.
Chris has since released a statement,
“Last evening, a massage therapist that we have used for some time, arrived at our home to provide massage therapy,” the statement released Tuesday by the Heat read. “Shortly after she arrived, she fainted and lost consciousness. We called 911 … They took her to Mount Sinai Hospital, where she passed away. Our hearts go out to her family. We are very sorry for their loss.”
Adrienne also tweeted, “A beautiful soul was lost tonight. Never take the here and now for granted. Life can be so frail.”
Police say no signs of foul play were found but the department will conduct its standard death investigation. Listen to the audio below: