Besides the fact that by insulting Mayweather he ends up inserting himself into Dewey Bozella’s life, this bitch ass keyboard gangster feels that copping a plea in Mayweather case is the same as Dewey Bozilla refusing to cop one and thus question Mayweather’s manhood and innocence. No doubt if this dog was on the panel when Dewey was being tried he would have dropped the hammer on Bozilla. So many people have been castigating Mayweather for domestic abuse, but I have been trying to find pictures of this woman and the bruises she has alleged to have incurred during the incident.
According to District Attorney David Roger, Mayweather was charged with three misdemeanors — one count of domestic battery and two of harassment, involving Josie Harris, mother of three of his four children — in the case for which he originally faced eight counts and up to 34 years. It was alleged that the “police received a call at 5:03 AM from Josie Harris, who claimed the boxer attacked her.” Some source claimed that Harris was going to get a restraining order against Floyd, but it’s hard to know how trustworthy Harris is. Aftr all she, Harris had previously accused Floyd of assaulting her inside a car in 2003 but it was later determined she lied. In December 2003, Floyd Mayweather was arrested after Josie Harris called police and charged him with battery. At a Las Vegas nightclub, Harris claimed Floyd had beaten her. Mayweather faced felony battery charges at time. But when Harris took the stand, she retracted her allegations. “I was basically trying to fight him. I was pulling on him and punching on him, and telling him that he was wrong and shouldn’t have left me like that with those three babies,” she told the Court at the time. “I just kicked the windshield like it was the other girl’s face. That’s when he pulled me by my hands out of the car.”
In 2003, Deputy District Attorney Alexandra Chrysanthis asked Harris if Mayweather had “laid a hand on her” during a 2003 alleged incident. “No, not at all… [He’s] a teddy bear… I know that no matter what I did that he would never put his hands on me.”
In this latest incident, called Vegas police to her home in the 800 block of Tropical Vine Street. The alleged incident resulted in Harris going to Southern Hills Hospital and Medical Center just after 3 am local time. Lt. Rob Lundquist, who oversees the Domestic Violence Detail, told news at the time “Right now there’s allegations of domestic violence and we’re currently investigating that.” Note that Mayweather wasn’t arrested on the scene even though police removed him from the residence. I am sure that in a domestic abuse case, there is one often female cope present and those women can get hamped up especially if there are signs of injuries. According to Harris’s statement to police, the first encounter was roughly 2 am. She wrote “The first time he arrived I was not there but he let himself in and began searching through my belongings. He began raising his voice telling me I’m not sh–t and he will have “me and my guy friend taken care of”. I called the police and they came and escorted him out.”
She claims that, after Mayweather left with the police, Floyd returned to her residence. “Not too longer after the police left, [Mayweather] knocked on my son’s bedroom/bathroom door to be let in and my son did. At this time I did not know he was in the house standing over as I slept on the couch.” She added “He awoke me by pulling me by my hair and throwing me on the ground in my living room and began punching me in my head digging me on the floor and thrusting my arm back in an attempt to try and break it.”
Harris claims she had to tell their children to run for safety and Floyd chased them down. “My kids heard me screaming and yelling for help as I screamed to tell them to call 911 or run out the house to the security gate to get help. He yelled fiercely at the children as he continued to beat me in front of them that if they ran or tried to call the police he would beat them the same way. I kept yelling and crying to please run run run out and get help.”
In an interview to Floyd Mayweather discussed his legal entanglements in some detail today, suggesting that the criminal allegations against him are unfounded. “There’s a difference,” Mayweather said, “between restraining somebody and holding somebody, saying, ‘Relax, you’re under the influence. … ‘ ” Harris claimed in her original complaint that Mayweather became angry after he asked if she was in a relationship with Chicago Bulls player C.J. Watson, and she said yes.
Mayweather faces felony grand larceny and robbery charges for allegedly taking Harris’ cell phone. Under Nevada law, he was charged with grand larceny, rather than petty larceny, because the cell phone is valued at more than $250.
Mayweather also faces two counts of felony coercion for threatening to beat his 10-year-old son, Koraun, if he intervened in the argument, and misdemeanor charges including three counts of harassment and one count of domestic battery.
“Everything is just common sense,” Mayweather said. “It’s like, as far as the Josie Harris situation, she said she got — if I’m not mistaken — she said she got punched, stomped and beaten, but we’ve yet to see photos. “It’s no different than, like, everybody knows where the highest child support, the most money for child support, is at — California. So where do you think she lives at? Where do you think she lives now? California. So when we’re getting along, and we’re on good terms, she’s living in Vegas. If she don’t get what she wants, she says, ‘OK, I’m going to California, and if I can’t get what I want, basically, the system will make you give me what I want.’ ”
Harris again testified at trial that she lied when she claimed Mayweather assaulted her outside a Las Vegas nightclub nearly two years earlier, and the boxer was acquitted.
Of course the Justice of the Peace Melissa Saragosa did what she had to by grandstanding for all to see when she told Mayweather: “Punishment is appropriate. No matter who you are, you have consequences to your actions when they escalate to this level of violence.” And everybody could go to sleep satisfied that justice was done, yet had Mayweather contested the felony charge and gone to trial, he faced a maximum state prison term of 34 years. Talk about stacking the deck. Mayweather was also ordered by the court to complete 100 hours of community service and pay a $2500 fine, not a problem given he collected $40 million from his last bout, a controversial knockout win over Victor Ortiz. Mayweather must surrender Jan. 6. He was also sentenced to 100 hours of community service, a $2,500 fine, and 12 months in a long-term domestic violence treatment program I personally doubt Mayweather even hit that woman. And by the statement he made above about “…relaxing, you’re under the influence…” indicated to me that she was either drunk or high. Keep in mind also that this is the same woman who took him to court years ago and then said she lied. She even said that Mayweather was like a soft guy and would never put his hands on her. As one cat mentioned on a boxing forum “…the only thing that is weird about all of this, is the kids who testified or told on Mayweather were seen with him in his home in 24/7 which to me is weird…”
I am still looking for evidence of her bruises, but until then, brothers we got to be very careful who we hook up with, who we impregnate or get in or out of a relationship with. And if you are a dude that communicates with a woman with violence try to change that plan, because it maybe a man’s world, but we as African men have no rights in it.