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Josie Harris Floyd Mayweather Domestic Abuse

TMZ

Many people may hold a grudge against Floyd Mayweather Jr. for hitting his ex during a domestic dispute that sent him to prison for two months. But the victim has chosen to let bygones be bygones, TMZ reports.

Josie Harris, Mayweather’s ex, told TMZ that she and her pound-for-pound top boxer on earth ex are trying to put their rocky past behind them for the sake of their three children.

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Here is more from TMZ:

You’ll recall … Floyd was popped back in 2010 after Josie accused him of striking her “multiple times in the head with his fist” and then threatening to kill her. Josie and Floyd’s children were present.

Floyd later pled guilty to misdemeanor domestic violence and served two months in jail.

Now Josie says, “S**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.”

Do you think that Harris’ words were conciliatory or do they gloss over the seriousness of domestic violence? Sound off!

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