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

Floyd Mayweather Jr. can’t seem to stay out of domestic disputes with his ex-girlfriends.

According to the Las Vegas Review Journal, police were called in last week when a woman whose address matches that of Melissa Brim’s reported a "verbal altercation" with Mayweather.

If Brim’s name sounds familiar, it’s probably because a.) she is the mother of one of Mayweather’s daughters and b.) she has had two previous domestic altercations with the undefeated champ – including one that led to him pleading guilty to two counts of domestic battery in 2002.

Here is what happened, per the LVRG:

After the argument, Mayweather fled with at least one of the unidentified victim's personal possessions...Officers went to the home, which is owned by a Mayweather company, PMG Sinclair LLC, 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 said.

Because Mayweather is currently under one-year probation, this incident could ultimately send him back to jail. He was released on Aug. 3 of this year after serving two months of a three-month sentence pertaining to a domestic battery case involving the mother of his other children.

As of now, neither Mayweather nor his team have made any public statements regarding the status of his probation.

(Kudos Las Vegas Review Journal, Larry Brown Sports)

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