Floyd Mayweather’s Ex Pardons Domestic Dispute, Says ‘Sh*t Happens’
Approximately two years ago, boxing champion Floyd Mayweather, Jr. was accused of engaging in a domestic dispute with his ex-girlfriend/mother of his children, Josie Harris.
Harris claimed that Mayweather struck her “multiple times in the head with his fist” and then threatened to kill her — in front of their children. Floyd later pled guilty to misdemeanor domestic violence and served two months in jail.
When paparazzi caught up with Harris to ask her if she’s upset with Mayweather for his actions, she said, “Sh*t happens. I’m not mad at him at all … I love Floyd to death.” She adds, “[Floyd] loves his kids and is a great father. He would never do anything like that again … I’m sorry the situation happened … now we will just progress and start over and move forward together.”
Harris has accused Mayweather of battery in the past, but those charges were later dropped in July 2005 after Harris testified that she had lied and that Mayweather had not, in fact, battered her. The ex-lovers have three children.