By David P. Greisman
Police in Las Vegas say that Floyd Mayweather Jr. had an argument with a woman last week that included him leaving with an item or items that she owned, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
There was no physical violence, police said, and a Mayweather associate later returned the victims possessions, and the victim declined to press charges, according to the article.
The alleged incident happened early on Sunday, Sept. 9, at a home that is owned by a Mayweather company and in which the mother of Mayweathers daughter lives, the newspaper reported.
That woman, Melissa Brim, has had violent run-ins with the boxer, including two incidents that resulted in Mayweather pleading guilty to two counts of domestic battery in 2002, the article said.
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