Fresh front a stint in the Clark Country Detention Center for domestic battery and harassment, boxing great Floyd Mayweather recently had what may be classified as a domestic violence “incident” with Melissa Brim, mother to three of Mayweather’s children.
The latest incident reportedly occurred on September 9th at approximately 2am, when Las Vegas authorities received a 911 call about a verbal altercation involving the boxer.
By the time officers responded to the call, Mayweather was gone. He allegedly took person unnamed items from the home that were later returned by one of Mayweather’s associates.
A Mayweather business entity reportedly owns the deed to the home where Brim resides.
Brim did not press charges and no charges have been filed in the latest incident however the boxer that some call the greatest ever, has been involved in previous altercations with Brim and still could face discipline because it has been reported that he is currently on probation.
The Las Vegas Review Journal reports that in February 2001, while in the midst of an argument with Brim, Floyd Mayweather swung open a car door, hitting her in the jaw, pushed her into the car and punched her several times.
Five months later, Brim was at the Boulevard Mall in Las Vegas with her daughter when Mayweather allegedly hit Brim in the neck.
Melissa Brim dropped her lawsuit in 2003.
Mayweather’s most recent prison stint had nothing to do with Brim. It involved an ex-girlfriend, Josie Harris.
Mayweather reached a plea deal in the beating of his ex-girlfriend, Josie Harris.
The beating occurred in front of their children.
In the absence of plea deal, the boxer could have faced many years in prison.
Harris has since relocated to Los Angeles and has recently made public statements saying that she forgives the boxer.
Floyd Mayweather was released August 3, after serving approximately 2 months out of a 90 day sentence, getting out early due to “good behavior” and his release is supposedly “supervised” and probationary”
Although Brim declined to press charges, there is speculation that Mayweather could still face a possible parole violation since, as a condition of his release, he was ordered to stay out of trouble, however, according to the Huffington Post, that may not happen.
Las Vegas Police Officer Bill Cassell has said the case is closed and an aid to Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson said the incident has no bearing on the domestic battery case that Mayweather recently served time for.
In related news, Mayweather has also been ordered to pay $113,774 in fees for avoiding questioning by lawyers of Manny Pacquiao, his longtime nemesis in the boxing world, for defamation.