The mother-of-two found dead in the middle lane of a busy motorway during rush hour has been named as Dominque Worrall.
Dominique Worrall, 32, was discovered by drivers on the London-bound carriageway of the M20 near Ashford, Kent on Tuesday night.
Her death is being treated as unexplained by police.
The 32-year-old’s former partner, who has not been named, was arrested before being released on bail by police.
Ms Worrall had reportedly recently moved to Camber Sands caravan park in East Sussex with her new partner and two children.
Her family and friends have paid tribute to the ‘wonderful’, ‘beautiful and kind’ mother.
One friend, who did not want to be named, said: ‘She loved her kids, we used to do days out with her and them and it was wonderful.
‘She was all over them and such an attentive, brilliant mum.
‘I have had people ringing me up all day who had only met her a few times saying she was so beautiful and such a wonderful person.’
‘Dominique was sporty as well and liked a challenge. She was doing boxing and planned to do a tournament.’
While a school friend wrote on Facebook: ‘RIP Dominic Worrall I’m absolutely shocked & devastated over what’s happened.
‘The last times saw each other was at secondary school but we always remained in touch through Facebook.
‘My thoughts are with your family but most importantly with your beautiful baby girls.
‘Taken far too soon, sleep tight babe.’
The 32-year-old’s body was found by drivers around 6pm on Tuesday.
It is believed her body had been struck several times by passing cars and lorries, which were unaware of what was in the busy road.
It is unclear whether she was killed on the motorway or was already dead when she was struck.
A spokesman for Sussex force said inquiries are continuing.