Masseuse who collapsed at Chris Bosh home identified

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Police have identified the 41-year-old masseuse who died after collapsing at the Miami Beach home of Heat forward Chris Bosh as Chautele Cooksey, of Kendall.

There are still few clues as to the cause of Cooksey's death. She arrived at the Bosh home Monday morning in "good spirits" before suddenly going unconscious, according to police reports.

Cooksey, pictured above from her Facebook page, ran a company called Channels of Light Life Center.

Offering the best massages and energy work Florida has to offer. I provide professionalism along with care and joy from healing others. Incalls: $60 Outcalls: $ 80     All my massages include natural oils with no man made chemicals, my special BioMat made of amethyst crystals, and some Reiki energy work. Feel refresh, rejuvenated, and reborn... awaken the better you, today.

Police reported that Cooksey had recently survived cancer and there is no known evidence of foul play. Bosh and his wife Adrienne released a statement about the death:

"Last evening, a massage therapist that we have used for some time, arrived at our home to provide massage therapy. Shortly after she arrived, she fainted and lost consciousness. We called 911 and emergency personnel arrived at our home shortly thereafter. 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 Bosh later Tweeted: "A beautiful soul was lost tonight. Never take the here and now for granted. Life can be so frail."

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