Published September 19, 2012
Champion boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. could be in trouble with the law — again.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal reports that police responded last week to a 911 call made by a woman who told authorities she was in a "verbal altercation" with the champion boxer. After the argument, Mayweather fled with at least one of the unidentified victim's personal possessions.
The incident, according to police records, occurred at about 2 a.m. on Sept. 9 near Southern Highlands, where the boxer lives. Melissa Brim, the mother of Mayweather's daughter, lives at the location, according to public records.
Brim, 32, has had past violent run-ins with the boxer, including two incidents that resulted in Mayweather pleading guilty to two counts of domestic battery in 2002, the newspaper reports.
Officers went to the home, which is owned by a Mayweather company, and found no signs of physical violence, police spokeswoman Laura Meltzer said. A Mayweather associate later returned the victim's possessions, and the victim declined to press charges, Meltzer told the newspaper.
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 be ordered back to jail. Mayweather is serving a year's probation after pleading guilty to beating his ex-girlfriend in front of their children in September 2010. Mayweather's attorney, Richard Wright, declined comment.