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 victim’s 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 Mayweather’s 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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