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A judge in Las Vegas Friday gave Floyd Mayweather Jr. until June 1 to turn himself in to serve a 90-day jail sentence for his
guilty plea in a domestic violence case, allowing the boxer to meet contractual obligations for a Cinco de Mayo fight. (Jan. 6)
Mayweather was in court yesterday to turn himself in and had a few supporters on deck including his Money Team co-hort Ray J and Lil Kim.
With millions on the line, Floyd’s team let it be known that his fights bring in millions for the city and the judge was in aggreence as she weighed his contractual obligations.
Still no word on his fight with Pacquiao.
Floyd ‘Money’ Mayweather will face $3,000 in fines and could be sentenced to between two days and 18 months in the Clark County jail after pleading Wednesday to one count of battery domestic violence and two harassment charges.
Mayweather, who seems to be a picking boy for frivolous lawsuits, also conceded to a victory over a dispute with his homeowner association’s guard.
Mayweather’s deal also includes him pleading no contest next week to misdemeanor battery and paying a $1,000 fine for poking a 21-year-old homeowner association security guard in the face during a November 2010 argument about parking tickets on vehicles outside the boxer’s home in an exclusive, suburban Las Vegas community.
Karrine Steffans is coming forward to admit that memoirs posted in her book Confessions Of A Video Vixen were false.
And now Karrine’s reached a turning point in her career and is coming forward to speak on the controversial book that started it all,
“I’m a writer. I write sh*t. The vixen doesn’t exist. You can’t tell people that because they don’t believe that. It was all fabricated. I didn’t even name my books. Confessions of a video Vixen is not…I would have never named that book that. Somebody else named that book….I don’t want to be on TV. I don’t want to do any of this. This is ridiculous. I want to be anonymous. I want to be anonymous. Authors are supposed to be anonymous.
Lil Boog aka Jarell Damonte Houston was arrested for fighting with the mother of his children:
“A patrol unit was dispatched to investigate a domestic violence call,” Harding said. “He was subsequently arrested and booked on suspicion of domestic assault, a felony.”
The vocalist, who found fame with fellow B2Kers Omarion, Raz-B and Lil’ Fizz on tracks like the Diddy-produced “Bump, Bump, Bump” and in 2004’s hit dance movie You Got Served, is being held on $66,000 bail. J-Boog also has several warrants that had been issued against him for a series of driving offenses.
A rep for the singer was unavailable for comment.