According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Melissa Brim, who has a daughter with Mayweather, called 911 on Sept. 9 to report she had a verbal argument with the boxer.
The Review-Journal says police went to Brim’s home in response to the call. Brim reportedly told police that Mayweather had taken some of her personal belongings, but someone returned them and she declined to press charges.
If you’re keeping track at home, this is at least the third time police have been called for an incident between Mayweather and Brim, though this did not involve violence unlike the previous two. Brim filed a lawsuit saying that Mayweather opened a car door into her jaw in 2001 and then hit her in the head and body multiple times in the car. Her lawsuit said Mayweather hit her in the neck in a separate incident five months later.
She dropped the suit in 2003, according to the Review-Journal, but Mayweather still pleaded guilty to two counts of domestic violence and one battery count.
Over the summer, Mayweather served two months in jail as part of his sentence for beating Josie Harris, the mother of his other children, in front of the kids. There’s no word on how this might affect Mayweather’s parole, but we’re guessing it will have no affect given the way the justice system has let him get off easily so many times in the past.
It’s time for the rundown of Floyd Mayweather’s legal problems:
- - Allegedly threatened security guards ticketing his car with guns
– Allegedly poked a security guard in the face
– Flipped out and went nuts on a security guard in this video
– Domestic violence against his ex-girlfriend Josie Harris
– Sued by his homeowners association
– Hit with a $3.35 million IRS tax bill
– Sued for allegedly having his bodyguards beat up a man