Mayweather in trouble AGAIN?! Police Called To Ex-Girlfriend’s House

Well, it has only been a little over a month since Mayweather's release from jail (47 days actually) and he's in trouble again! The Las Vegas Review-Journal reported that Mayweather had a “verbal altercation” (a heated argument) with a woman at her home in Vegas on Sept. 9, and that she had called 911. Apparently Mayweather fled the scene before police arrived. The report  also stated that Mayweather took an item from the home, but had a representative return it. Records indicate that the woman is Melissa Brimm, the mother of Mayweather's daughter. In 2002 Mayweather plead guilty to domestic battery from an altercation with her. Will he go back to jail? Well, if it's a violation of his parole he very well may end up back in the slammer. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal:

"It’s unclear whether the incident will affect Mayweather’s probation. If he is found to have violated terms of his probation, which includes staying out of trouble, he could go back to jail. The boxer is serving a year’s probation after he pleaded guilty for beating his ex-girlfriend in front of their children in September 2010. Mayweather’s attorney, Richard Wright, declined comment. Prosecutors could not be reached for comment."

With all his wealth and the flash around his "money team" you would think he'd find time do something more constructive. He needs to channel all that negative energy into a real fight---with  Manny Pacquaio.

What do you think?

Your Jersey Girlfriend,

~Angela Davis

*parts of this story contributed from offthebench.nbcsports.com

 

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