Floyd Mayweather Jr. Involved in Another Domestic Dispute, May Have Violated Terms of Probation

Rucuss staffSeptember 19, 2012

Boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. can’t seem to stay away from domestic disputes with his ex-girlfriends.

Las Vegas police responded to a 911 call made by the mother of one of Mayweather’s daughters, Melissa Brim, on Sept. 9th. She told police she was allegedly involved in a “verbal altercation” with the boxing champ, the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.

Mayweather fled the scene before police arrived, taking Brim’s cell phone. By the time police arrived Brim’s phone had been returned by one of Mayweather’s associates and she declined to press charges.

This is the third time that Brim has had a domestic dispute with Mayweather where police were involved. Brim filed a lawsuit against Mayweather, claiming he opened a car door into her jaw in 2001. He then allegedly hit her in the head and body multiple times in the car. Mayweather allegedly hit her in the neck in a separate incident five months later.

She dropped the suit in 2003 but Mayweather still pleaded guilty to two counts of domestic violence and one battery count.

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Mayweather, who is engaged to Shantel Jackson, is currently under one-year probation. He served two months of a three-month sentence for a domestic battery case involving the mother of his other children, Josie Harris. This latest incident could send Mayweather back to jail.


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