Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 5/7/12

Floyd Mayweather Jr. is headed to jail for 90 days next month after pleading guilty to domestic violence charges related to a September 2010 incident with ex-girlfriend Josie Harris. The fight stemmed from Mayweather’s anger over Harris dating NBA player C.J. Watson. The details of Floyd’s violence allegedly included hair-pulling, punching, arm-twisting, and threats to beat their sons. According to Harris, that was just a sample of all the nastiness that went on between them.

Harris and the mother of 50 Cent’s 15-year-old son gave an interview to Mommy’s Dirty Little Secret where they each talked about their exes. Both answer a few bedroom-related questions, and talk about how their exes are as fathers. But the notable parts of the interview are Harris’ description of her “volatile” relationship with Floyd.

“Floyd Mayweather Jr. is a d***,” she told Mommy’s Dirty Little Secret. “I have forgiven him, I’m over it. I did my s***. I’ve hit him over the head with a Tonka truck when I found out he was cheating on me. We had a pretty volatile relationship. Anyone who knows us, knows that. For him to put another ring on another chick’s finger, then come over to my house and try to control me and who I’m having sex with (C.J. Watson)… I mean that’s just him. She ain’t the only one that got a ring. He the ring master, there’s a couple people that got a ring. He’s just about that life. I didn’t deserve the abuse, my kids didn’t deserve to see that. We have gotten into to it before but what was most disturbing is that my son had to get help for me because had no idea how long it was going to last. Floyd’s *****-a** friend was watching the whole time as he put his hands on me, he even tried to block my kid from leaving.

“Our relationship was very passionate with an incredible love but it was volatile. We tried running each other over with cars, pulling guns on each other… Crazy s***!”

Harris apparently is writing a book, so it’s no surprise to see her whet the appetites with some juicy quotes. The woman is connected to an extremely wealthy and controversial person and trying to make her money off of him. But you know what? People will want to hear what she has to say about Floyd regardless of her money-making motives. Oh, and is anyone surprised by her description of their relationship?

H/T Black Sports Online

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