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Dead woman found in house belonging to Jim Irsay

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Indianapolis Colts owner, Jim Irsay has found himself in more trouble after a woman was found dead at a house owned by Irsay.

According to the Indianapolis Star, Kimberley Wundrum was found dead of an suspected overdose at a town house that was given to her by the Colts owner.

Irsay was arrested earlier this year after police found a large amount of money and drugs in his car. It is expected that Irsay will face strict punishment from the NFL on his return to the league but it now appears that he could face more severe charges if he is found to be involved in the death of Miss Wundrum.

The Indianapolis Star reported: "The source familiar with NFL operations told the Starthe league likely would want to look at anything that could shed further light on Irsay's drug use and associations: How long has he been abusing prescription drugs? Is he using other illegal drugs? Who was he getting the drugs from? Who was he using them with?"

Irsay's daughter, Carlie has taken temporary control of the team and their operations whilst her father attends rehabilitation.

it has long been reported that he has suffered from addiction issues and as the Star reports, the NFL will be keen to discover the root of these problems and what affect it has on Irsay's life and the life of others.

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