Battery dating violence
She later claimed in a lawsuit that Mayweather "swung open a car door, hitting her jaw, pushed her into the car and punched her several times in the face and body," the Review-Journal reports.
That lawsuit was dismissed in 2003, according to the Review-Journal.
Three other charges — stalking, obstruction of a police officer, and violation of a protective order — were dismissed.
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Melissa Brim, the mother of Mayweather's oldest daughter, was the victim.
According to the arrest report, the victim, Josie Harris, got home at a.m.
Outside of these three incidents, Mayweather has been accused of domestic violence numerous other times.
She told Rogers, now of USA Today, "I was a battered woman. Now I know I was in a very dysfunctional, hostile relationship and a victim of domestic violence." Mayweather has avoided the sort of public scorn that high-profile athletes accused of domestic violence have faced.
I felt embarrassed about saying I was a battered woman. Boxing is a niche sport, and doesn't have the sort of authoritative governing body that can meaningfully punish a figure like Mayweather.
In order to prove a case, a prosecutor must establish beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant performed such an act intentionally or knowingly.
If actual bodily injury occurred, the prosecutor may also provide evidence proving the defendant's actions were reckless and resulted in bodily injury.
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Harris told Yahoo's Martin Rogers in 2013, "Did he beat me to a pulp?