Is Floyd Mayweather headed back to the slammer? Maybe.

On September 9, an unidentified Las Vegas woman called 911 and indicated that she had just been in a "verbal altercation" with the troubled boxer outside her home. When police arrived, she told them that Money May had come to her home, gotten into an argument with her, and then took off with one of her personal possessions. And, while police haven't identified the woman yet, they did release the address where the "verbal altercation" occurred—and it just so happens to be the same address currently being used by Melissa Brim, the mother of Mayweather's daughter (Mayweather's company actually owns the home).

If it turns out that the woman who called police was Brim, this wouldn't be the first time that her and Mayweather have gotten into it. Back in 2002, Mayweather pled guilty to domestic battery charges after two separate domestic disputes between the couple. But, this altercation could potentially be a lot more costly for Mayweather. He's currently on probation after serving jail time over the summer and could be placed back into prison if it's found that he violated the terms of his probation.

Damn, homie. You're not having a very good month right now, are you?

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[via Las Vegas Review-Journal]