Floyd Mayweather May Have Another Domestic Dispute Case

Boxing champ and 50 Cent’s bff Floyd Mayweather just can’t seem to stay out of trouble. Las Vegas police responded to a 911 call made by a woman who claimed to be in a “verbal altercation” with the boxing champ.
Following the argument, Mayweather fled with at least one of the unidentified victim’s personal possessions.
According to police records, the incident occurred around 2am on September 9 at 10059 Baystone St., near Southern Highlands where Mayweather lives. The mother of Mayweather’s daughter, Melissa Brim, lives at that address.
Police officers went to the home and found no signs of physical violence. A Mayweather associate later returned the woman’s possessions, and the victim declined to press charges.
Brim, 32, has had several violent run-ins with Mayweather in the past. Two incidents resulted in Mayweather pleading guilty to two counts of domestic battery in 2002.
Mayweather is currently serving one year probation after pleading guilty to beating his ex-girlfriend in front of their children in Sept. 2010. It is not clear if the incident will affect his probation. If found to have violated the terms of his probation, Mayweather could go back to jail.
In December, Mayweather pleaded guilty to domestic battery and no contest to two counts of harassment, all misdemeanors, for assaulting Josie Harris, the mother of three of his children, and for threatening his two sons. He was released from county jail with time off for good behavior on August 3. He served two months of a three month jail sentence. As a part of his probation, Mayweather must participate in counseling sessions and perform community service.
Tsk, tsk, Mayweather…

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