ST LOUIS (LALATE) – Josie Harris (photos below) remained silent today after Floyd Mayweather was released from jail today. Josie Harris suffered domestic violence at the hands of the Mayweather in 2010, shocking details profiled in Harris’ police report at the time. While Floyd Mayweather was all smiles when he was released today, questions still remain unanswered about the boxer’s future.
Harris first claimed that Mayweather attacked her in 2003. At the time, she press charges which resulted in felony battery charges against Mayweather. By September 9, 2010, Mayweather went on uStream and made controversial remarks about Manny Pacquiao’s ethnicity.
But around that time Mayweather was acting peculiar on uStream, Harris claims that Mayweather was threatening her. “A week and a half ago Floyd showed up to my house unannounced making threats about doing bodily harm to me and so I called the police” she told police at the time. “He left by the time they arrived. They told me to call the police again if he shows up unannounced and not welcomed doing things to make me feel uncomfortable.”
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Harris told police that Mayweather wouldn’t leave her home that morning at 2 am. Police reportedly told Mayweather to leave the residence.
But three hours later, the boxer was back at Harris’ residence and using his son to gain access 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.”
From there, she claims that Mayweather became violent toward her. “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.”
Mayweather had no comments about his family today after being release from prison. But Harris told police that Mayweather’s actions toward his children at the time allegedly left them screaming. “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.”
Mayweather was met by 50 Cent after leaving jail this morning. He is expected to begin work with his new business, The Money Team (TMT Promotions).
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